Items tagged with 'Child well-being'

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Children and young people have a key stake in Europe’s future. Not only because it is their future that is affected by today’s decisions, but also because their involvement in decision-making helps...
The Ministry of Labour and Social Policy (MLSP) sent their views on the findings of the Disability Rights International report, which was presented last week, to news website Dnevnik. The Ministry ...
Rezultatele cercetării din raportul Eurochild cu privire la Semestrul European 2020 au fost lansate în cadrul evenimentului “Towards No child poverty in Europe 2030”, care a avut loc pe 14-15...
Balkan Insight reported on Disability Rights International's (DRI) critique of the lack of significant change in the ways in which children with disabilities are cared for, despite the recent move...
The Bulgarian National Radio shared their interview with Radostina Antonova from the Know-How Center for Alternative Care for Children at NBU, discussing the process of deinstitutionalization in...
From the introduction of the report: Thirty years ago, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child at the moment of rapid global change marked by the end of...
Assess the progress of EU Member States in implementing the European Commission ‘Recommendation on Investing in Children: Breaking the Cycle of Disadvantage’ and the ‘European Pillar of Social...
Growing inequality affects children’s access to healthcare and education; poverty continues to remain persistently high among children (24%), compared to the adult population (22%). Despite this,...
According to the article, social media is not the real reason why young girls are having hardships with their lives unless they were losing sleep or being bullied online. In fact, bullying has an...
According to Eyalliance, statistics released by the government stated that one in six children’s centres has closed since 2010. Meanwhile, the funding for Sure Start’s centres were cut by £100...

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