Items tagged with 'De-institutionalization'

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Like all socialist countries in the former Soviet bloc, Bulgaria developed a state-based child care system in the second half of the 20th century. This system was based on the socialist ideology...
The Know-How Center for Alternative Care for Children, NBU, together with MLSP of the Republic of Bulgaria, Cedar Foundation, UNICEF, SOS Children's Villages, Eurochild, Hope and Homes for Children...
State Secretary for Social Affairs at the Ministry of Human Resources in Hungary, Attila Fülöp said that there were 23,000 children in the child protection system in Hungary. 15,000-16,000 live in...
THE KNOW-HOW CENTRE FOR THE ALTERNATIVE CARE FOR CHILDREN IS ORGANIZING THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE "DEINSTITUTIONALIZATION OF CHILDCARE: INVESTING IN CHANGE" 5th - 9th NOVEMBER 2019 This three day...
  Guvernul român a aprobat modificarea și completarea Legii nr. 272/2004 privind protecția și promovarea drepturilor copilului, potrivit site-ului Ministerului Muncii. Principalele schimbări prevăd...
Nova Television (Bulgaria) told the story of Vesko, who spent four years in a special-needs school without any mental disabilitiy and yet has escaped the trap of marginalization. You can see Vesko's...
The National Network for Children announced that the Bulgarian Ministry of Labour and Social Policy (MLSP) has announced the passage of significant changes in child protection legislation. The...
We are sharing this edited video from the second monthly discussion meeting of the Know How Center for the Alternative Care for Children, NBU on "Multidisciplinary work and the opportunities for...
On 29 May, a conference was held in Bosnia and Herzegovina for the ‘Support to Transformation of Care Institutions’, a €1 million, EU-funded programme. The conference presented the programme’s...
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...

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