Items tagged with 'Deinstitutionalization'

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The European Union is seen as a champion in promoting deinstitutionalisation through its introduction of policies and the allocation of substantial funding. Many improvements have been made in...
Bulgaria is often held up as a success story of how the EU can support deinstitutionalisation. The recently published Disability Rights International report challenges that claim. But, Bulgaria...
The European Expert Group on the Transition from Institutional to Community-based Care (EEG) has been shaken by the news of a devastating fire in a care home for persons with disabilities in...
A European Expert Group (EEG) conference on the transition from institutional to community-based care was held in Brussels on 16 January 2020, to evaluate the progress made in the...
Eurochild reported that over 60 Bulgarian civil society organisations (CSOs) called on six EU Commissioners in a letter to urge the Bulgarian government to effectively act against hate campaigns...
On 18th December 2019, the UN General Assembly Third Comittee formally adopted a Resolution on the Rights of the Child, which focuses on the rights of children without parental care. This is a...
Dr. Maria Herczog, sociologist, child protection expert, President of the Hungarian Association "Families, Children and Youth", was interviewed by the tv station ATV. They covered the work of...
Greece's first integrated online platform for adoption and fostering will be implemented by the end of January. It will help reduce and significantly simplify the adoption process, according to the...
Ministerul Muncii şi Protecţiei Sociale din România, împreună cu Autoritatea Naţională pentru Drepturile Persoanelor cu Dizabilităţi, Copii şi Adopţii (ANDPDCA) au anunțat implementarea unor serii de...
Research has found a link between institutional deprivation and smaller brain size in young adulthood. A London-based team examined a group of adoptees from Ceaușescu-era live-in institutions in...

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