Child protection topic: 'Ethics and codes of conduct'

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We live in a digitally connected environment and in many cases we use social media platforms for our professional tasks as well. There are many regulations, such as GDPR in the EU, protecting our...
Everyday use of modern technologies brings various risks but in the same time virtual environment brings practitioners opportunity to use virtual environment for helping interventions.  Use of modern...
The third monthly discussion meeting, organized by the Know-How Center for Alternative Care for Children, entitled ‘Value-Based or Evidence-Based Research? Don't Jump Off the Bridge!’ was held on 12...
The Welsh Government issued a Consultation document on the topic of safeguarling children from sexual exploitation. The Consultation document is related to the Social Services and Well-being (Wales)...
 NASW in partnership with ASWB, CSWE, and CSWA worked to create a uniform set of technology standards for professional social workers to use as a guide in their practice. The four associations formed...
 The introduction of technology into social work practice has presented unprecedented opportunities and challenges for social work practice. Knowing the impact of technology and its profound impact...
We are sharing this edited video from the second monthly discussion meeting of the Know How Center for the Alternative Care for Children, NBU on "Multidisciplinary work and the opportunities for...
The paper highlights the main critical ethical considerations regarding the research on child sexual exploitation present in the relevant literature and suggests some potential approaches to the...
About the webinar: PROMISE 1 and 2 have provided concrete evidence of how consolidated efforts on the national and European levels can accelerate progress in building capacity, ambition and...
The team of the Know How Center for the Alternative Care for Children at the New Bulgarian University invites you to participate in the discussion on the case study "Multidisciplinary work and...

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