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News - 24 Jan 2019
Webinar - 17 Jan 2019
Webinar - 10 Jan 2019
About the web
Webinar - 21 Mar 2019
We are happy to invite you for another session in the Childhu
Online library - 01 Jan 2007
This guide for relief agencies captures “some of the most interesting and inspiring examples of children’s involvement in the tsunami disaster response and recovery phases, as collected by UNICEF and a wide array of partners and UN agencies.
Online library - 26 May 2006
"Building resilience in young people is an important goal if we are to strengthen capacity and promote skills that help to reduce mental health problems.
Online library - 01 Jan 2009
This module is part of a Resource Pack developed in the framework of the Action for the Rights of the Child (ARC) programme - an interagency initiative launched by UNHCR and the Save the Children Alliance and later joined by other organisations,
News - 22 May 2018
On May 28-30 2018 in Seville, Spain, Child Protection Hub will share its expertise in developing capacities of social workforce at the 26th European Social Services Conference (ESSC).
Online library - 01 Jun 2017
The Child Labour Report 2017 arg
Tools for trainers -
A new manual developed by Terre des hommes (Tdh) answers pressing questions: which are the skills needed by professionals working with children? How can they be improved and afterwards assessed?
News - 14 Jan 2019
On the 29thNovember 2018, 14 tee
Webinar - 05 Sep 2018
In its first two years, the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children made significant progre
Webinar - 17 May 2018
Many countries in Europe are
Webinar - 24 May 2018
In our second webina
[Moldova] "It makes me incredibly happy to see two sad eyes finally smile at me" - Interview with Ana ANTONCIUC, a teacher from Moldova
News - 02 Oct 2017
News - 26 Jul 2018
Terre des hommes Moldova offered, between July 9 – 19, 2018, three rounds of training i
Webinar - 11 Oct 2018
Online library - 11 Oct 2012
The 12 case studies in this Compendium offer a small sample of services that have had a demonstrable positive impact on the children and families they aim to serve. They were selected firstly, because they reflect a response to an identified need, social challenge, economic and/ or political imperative that was innovative in the context of prevailing national/ regional/ local circumstances. Secondly, because of their potential to use the learning or to replicate the practice more widely within their country or across Europe.
Online library - 01 Jan 2018
The new handbook, targeted towards policy-makers, practitioners and advocates, provides detailed information on how to select interventions that are best suited to national and local contexts, and how to implement the interventions and the package
Online library - 01 Jul 2018
INSPIRE was launched in July 2016, together with the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children, as an evidence-based resource for governments, international agencies, non-governmental organizations and individuals committed to preventing