Learning

In this section you find all types of learning resources, from publications, manuals, self-study materials and e-learning courses.

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Caring for Children Moving Alone: Protecting Unaccompanied and Separated Children (E-learning course)
27 May 2019
Learn about unaccompanied and separated refugee and migrant children
Trafficking Along the Migration Routes (E-learning course)
12 Apr 2019
In recent years, European Union countries have seen an unprecedented influx of migrants and refugees across their borders.
The Child in International Abduction Cases - Training for lawyers, judges, court officials and social workers (Classroom learning)
14 Mar 2019
The VOICE project will be organizing training for lawyers, judges, court officials and social workers on March 14-15 2019 in Genoa, Italy, on the topic of managing cases of child abduction with an international component.
Training for unaccompanied migrant children and foster families supporting unaccompanied migrant children (Classroom learning)
21 Feb 2019
Know-How Center for the Alternative Care for Children, NBU, alongside the National Foster Care Association (NFCA) are organizing trainings for work with unaccompanied migrant children and foster families supporting unaccompanied migrant children.
Training Hungarian professionals on Children Leaving Care (Classroom learning)
08 Jan 2019
SOS Children's Villages in Hungary organises a series of training for professionals working with children in care.
Alternative Ways to Address Youth -ecourse (E-learning course)
12 Nov 2018
The following e-learning module is intended to help child protection professionals channel juvenile offenders away from judicial proceedings.
Online course: Risk assessment (Tools for trainers)
07 Nov 2018
                     
Online course: Family on the move (Tools for trainers)
07 Nov 2018
The increased movement of children and families across Europe, the heightened vulnerabilities associated with this, and the variation in the response suggests the need for more consistent training for social workers and NGOs involved with migrant

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