Items tagged with 'de-institutionalisation'

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The webinar is intended for: This webinar is suitable for social workers, anthropologists, critical social scientists, lawyers, humanitarian practitioners, and all who see our social connections as a...
Milan Šveřepa, the co-chair of the European Expert Group on the Transition from Institutional to Community-based Care, wrote an interesting blog on the deinstitutionalisation process and people with...
"What is Social Work?" was the topic of the first monthly discussion meeting organized by the Know-How Center for the Alternative Care for Children. Unfortunately, for the moment the videos are only...
The National Conference, ‘Geography of Restorative Justice in Bulgaria’ will take place 31 May, 2019, and we would like to share more information on registering for the conference, the speakers, and...
The National Conference "Geography of Restorative Justice in Bulgaria" will be held in Sofia, Bulgaria on 31.05 and 01.06.2019. The event is organized by Restorative Justice Bulgaria. A number of...
The Bulgarian Psychoanalytic Space Association (BPSA) is organizing its next Summer School, which will include psychoanalysts from Espace analytique - Paris. This year's topic of the school will be "...
The National Network for Children Bulgaria shared an interesting interview with Cedar Foundation's Executive Director Alexandrina Dimitrova, which looks at the history behind the foundation's...
The Bulgarian Ombudsman, Maya Manolova, awarded an honorary plaque to the Know-How Centre for Alternative Care for Children, NBU, for 30 years of social work education during the International Social...
“Opening Doors” reported that Poland was identified by the European Commission as one of the EU Member States that presents a specific need for reforms of deinstitutionalisation in its children...
“Opening Doors” reports that Austria has a well-established social welfare system but still faces some obstacles concerning deinstitutionalisation and child justice. The insufficiency of the existing...

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