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Bright Spots is a partnership research programme between Coram Voice and the Rees Centre at the University of Oxford, which works with local authorities across the county to understand the experience...
Child protection experts recommend reviewing elective home education. It is a national issue concerning parents’ rights to remove their children from school and educate them at home. The...
An unfortunate situation turned into a success story between a social worker and her service user in Suffolk, United Kingdom. Emily was suffering from drug and alcohol misuse; she was in a bad...
Last week the European Commission and the Cybercrime Programme Office of the Council of Europe (C-PROC) organized the first Steering Committee meeting for the project, 'CyberEast: Action on...
Pershi Lastivky [Early Swallows] is a hit television drama series in Ukraine. It focuses on the lives of secondary school students and their struggles with bullying, cyberbullying, suicide, and other...
The reduction of violence against children, which is one of the most serious problems in the world according to the WHO, is a main priority in Austria's human rights policy. The country has very...
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...
The Bács-Kiskun County Child Protection Organizations held a professional conference on the effective operation of the signalling system and child-friendly justice on the International Day for...
The annual ChildHub conference, ‘Modern Technologies in the Social Welfare System’, was held 12 October 2019, at the Hotel Dubrovnik in Zagreb, and was attended by more than 60 experts. Tanja Žaja,...
There is a research, called Bucharest Early Intervention Project started by Nathan Fox and his team, which compares the outcomes of children who grew up in foster homes with children who lived in...

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