Child protection topic: 'Child development'

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The "Let's Fulfill (Im)Possible Dreams" project, financed by JUST/2017/ACTION GRANTS, has created new methodologies for working with children leaving residential care. As part of New Bulgarian...
On 17 February the European Commission held the closing conference on the first phase of the feasibility study for a Child Guarantee. The event attracted a broad audience - national policy makers...
Today, 23 million children are growing up at risk of poverty or social exclusion in the EU. At particularly higher risk of social exclusion are children in vulnerable situations and disadvantaged...
The consecutive monthly discussion meeting of the Know-how Center for Alternative Child Care will be held on 13th February 2020 between 16:00 - 18:00 at the Sofia City Library, 4 Slaveikov Square....
According to the WHO, 80% of the children around the world are not taking enough physical exercises. The recommendation would be an hour a day. The inactivity affects their health, brain development...
The Bulgarian Ministry of Education and Science has assigned a study of the effectiveness of activities based on interests conducted during the second academic term of the 2018/2019 academic year and...
The LEGO Foundation announced partnerships with 5 organisations in Kenya, Bangladesh, Ghana, Rwanda and Vietnam to integrate 'Learning through Play' pedagogies into the official professional...
This scoping study seeks to understand the role and impact of learning through play at school.  Eight pedagogical approaches were identified, which we collectively term ‘integrated’, for the evidence...
Every day, teachers make thousands of decisions: what content to teach, what activities to assign, who to call on, how to respond to a student question, how to react to student behavior. These day-to...
A survey by the Ambitious about Autism, which was conducted between September and November in 2019, shows that 46% of parents waited longer than 18 months for a formal autism diagnosis. In UK the...

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