Items tagged with 'child well-being'

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How often do you hug your child? Research at Duke University tracked its 500 participants through the age of 30. Research has shown that children who have been lovingly treated by their parents in...
START ACADEMY SOFIA is a non-governmental organization aimed at developing the knowledge, skills and attitudes of disadvantaged students and young people from marginalized groups, especially those...
In this last of three part on-line event organized by Family for every child, you can learn more about how the tolo of digital storytelling can be used in therapeutical work and relationship with...
In this second of three part on-line event that was organized by Family for every child you can hear about new tools, research and information in digital storytelling by an expert Blessing Mutama....
A recent study by researchers from Oregon State University (OSU) in the United States, recommends that schools should provide children with a daily recess experience that goes beyond a momentary halt...
Asociatia Blondie is looking for volunteers to care for children who have been abandoned in hospitals. Carers would lovingly perform parental tasks like reading to and playing with the children.  To...
This report is about family policies in 41 high and middle-income countries and findings are presented based on four key indicators: the duration of paid leave available to mothers; the duration of...
Eurochild, the European children's advocacy network, has partnered with the world's largest law firm, Dentons, for the benefit of children's rights and well-being across Europe. With Dentons...
The Völgyzugoly Foundation for differently-abled children has been operating since 2016 in Budapest’s 17th district. This year it received a Goodwill Award as a volunteer community doing social work...
In Hungary, there is a law banning corporal punishment since 2005, but 2/3rd of parents think it is okay to hit their child. Surprisingly, 50% of children think it's okay to be hit by their parents...

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