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“My dear mommy, my dear daddy, take care of yourselves, I miss you a lot, and I’m really sorry you are not next to me and that I haven’t seen you in a long time. I don’t want presents, I just want you to be healthy and happy... Read more
21 Mar 2017
On the occasion of the World Day of Social Work, Social Work Department in University of Prishtina today organizes the "Program to mark the World Day of Social Work in 2017 in Kosovo." The program will include press conference, panel... Read more
21 Mar 2017
ChildHub is happy to announce that its course "Practicing Supervision in Child Protecion and Care Agencies" is now available in English. The course was developed in partnership with CELCIS at the University of Strathclyde, and is based on... Read more
21 Mar 2017
This statement was signed by 233 organisations.  As we mark the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, we have a momentous opportunity to take stock of how far Europe has come – and how far we still have to go in order to offer a... Read more

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Gender-Specific Risks and Challenges for Refugees During the Refugee Crisis [ChildHub Infographic]

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This ChildHub infographic presents the main risks and challenges refugee women and girls face, such as lack of facilities and shelter segregated by sex, insufficient access to dignity kits and healthcare, lack of gender-sensitive access to information and asylum, and other.

 

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Women's Refugee Commission (2016) No Safety for Refugee Women on the European Route: Report from the Balkans.

EVAW Technical Coordinator ("Implementing Norms, Changing Minds")

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The UN Women Country Office in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH) is seeking a EVAW Technical Coordinator, who will be responsible for the implementation of the UN Women programme "Implementing Norms, Changing Minds" under the overall supervision of the Resident Representative and the Programme Specialist, based in Sarajevo, and in close collaboration with the Regional Programme Manager and the BiH EVAW Manager. The Technical Coordinator will liaise with government officials, civil society organizations, donors, and other UN Agencies for ensuring successful UN Women programme implementation.

New Foster Care Law in Bosnia and Herzegovina gives hope to hundreds of children without parental care

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Children living in residential institutions face increased risks of all forms of violence[1] and risks are particularly high for children with disabilities living in residential care.[2] Approximately 1,400 children are living without adequate parental care in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). Of these, around 400 live in foster care, mostly with their extended families, and the rest live in institutional care, like orphanages. Over 70% of all institutionalized children in Bosnia and Herzegovina are children with disabilities.

Lost in Migration - Working Together in Protecting Children from Disappearance

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Coinciding with the informal Justice and Home Affairs Council, Missing Children Europe joined hands with the Maltese President’s Foundation for the Wellbeing of Society to bring together key stakeholders concerned with the protection of migrant children’s rights across Europe between the 26-27 January.

What is Participation and What Barriers Do Children with Disabilities Face When Trying to Participate? [ChildHub Summary]

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Children have the right to influence decisions that affect them yet, for those with disabilities, their voices are not given the opportunity to be heard. This is mostly due to prejudice and stigma surrounding disability as well as low expectations that children with disabilities can contribute to making decisions affecting their lives. The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) suggests that governments and organizations provide means for children with disabilities to aid in developing and implementing policies and programmes that will influence them (UNICEF 2013).

"Child-centered monitoring - Bulgaria's answer to assessing quality of care

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On the 31st of January a conference was held on  " Child-centered monitoring - the Bulgaria's answer to the question of the quality in the children care " organized by the Know-How Centre for alternative care for children, NBU in partnership with the representation of the EC and the National Association of Municipalities.

Political action is needed to respect the rights of refugee children

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 The National Network for Children of Bulgaria warns about the systematic violation of the refugee children's rights especially of those who are unaccompanied. It gives as an example the last case involving two  Afghani children deprived of parental care aged 16 and 17 years who were moved from the refugee center to Sofia without preliminary information and training by local authorities.  Institutions do not take  the necessary measures and shift responsibility for the care of those children on municipalities.

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