Items tagged with 'At risk'

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A report, Childhood Challenging Violent and Aggressive Behaviour (CCVAB), by Northumbria Police, CEL&T and Northumbria University has been commissioned following a heartbreaking case of domestic...
Followed by a heartbreaking case the domestic homicide review of ‘Sarah’, in which a mother was killed by her son, while there had been years of services involved including the police and social care...
Based on the practical guidance, written by Paul Bercea, on how to identify signs of abuse in children this infographic summarizes the main signs. Often children are not able to disclose what has...
 The Vodafone Romania Foundation has announced that the Bright Sky Ro application will help victims of domestic violence in three languages (Romanian, Hungarian and English) form May. The app, which...
A new research conducted collaboratively by the School for Policy Studies (University of Bristol) and Rees Centre (University of Oxford) highlights factors which explain the 'attainment gap' for...
This research elaborates on the factors that impair the mental health of people with disabilities during the pandemic period. People with disabilities face barriers that prevent them from accessing...
During this epidemic emergency, 30-35.000 schoolchildren cannot be educated digitally due to lack of equipment, missing infrastructure or family background problems, said Gabriella Hajnal, head of...
UNICEF Child Rights Officer Viola Szlankó summarized how an epidemiological emergency affects child protection care in a new UNICEF blog post. Most of the children in child protection care have been...
Не новина, що у зв'язку з коронавірусом у багатьох країнах світу зросла кількість випадків домашнього та гендерно-обумовленого насильства, і Україна тому не виключення. Саме тому було створено...
'The global health emergency has not stopped the departures, shipwrecks, captures and the human rights violations in the Libyan hell.'  — Tweet from an Italian charity On 5 April, the rescue ship,...

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