Items tagged with 'ChildPact'

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ChildPact has published a paper on Black Sea NGO regional networks: Challenges, opportunities and models of engagement. The paper discusses strategies aiming at creating a social change which are...
 The Child Protection Index (the Index) is a comparative policy tool, organised and implemented by local and national level civil society organisations, that measures a country’s current child...
This report provides an outline of the key steps taken by Bulgaria and by Romania in their struggle to reform the national child protection systems. The experience of those two countries, can serve...
In this paper ChildPact argues child protection networks have a crucial role in carrying out reforms in the region and it is essential to support them through a dedicated funding instrument. On the...
On behlaf of ChildPact and 1290 child protection experts and supporters who signed ChildPact’s petition for a regional cooperation mechanism for child protection, ChilPact Secretary General Mirela...
ChildPact is a democratic coalition led by a ‘’troika’’ of leaders: one president and two vice-presidents. The president and the vice-presidents have six months mandates, based on a rotational...
The document outlines the main ideas ChildPact advocates in order to ensure more effective and productive joint colaboration in the field of child rights and child protection in the NGO sector. In...
World Vision and ChildPact have launched the Child Protection Index in Brussels, on 28 September 2016. The launch event was held at the European Economic and Social Committee – EESC, in the presence...
World Vision dhe ChildPact kanë lançuar Indeksin e Mbrojtjes së Fëmijëve në Bruksel, në 28 Shtator 2016. Lançimi është mbajtur në Komitetin Ekonomik dhe Social Evropian – EESC, në prezencë të...
The Child Protection Index (CPI), a new tool created jointly by World Vision and ChildPact, will be launched in Brussels on 28 September. It has been developed across 9 countries, including 2 EU...

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