Child protection topic: 'Family support programmes/ family strengthening'

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SKOPJE, North Macedonia — When the time came for Marija Matovska to give birth, she and her husband had more than the usual worries of first-time parents on their minds. As they rushed to the...
Ovaj vodič pruža informacije za roditelje i skrbnike o izbijanju bolesti u našoj zajednici. Poznavanje važnih informacija o pandemiji i učenje o tome kako biti pripremljen za nju može smanjiti stres...
The COVID-19 pandemic, and the accompanying measures put in place to control it, are having a dramatic impact on some of Europe’s most vulnerable children, families and communities, compounding...
The Department of Psychology at the University of Prishtina "Hasan Prishtina" together with the students of the master program "School Psychology and Counseling" has launched the website https://...
According to a new research by CASCADE at Cardiff University for What Works for Children's Social Care (WWCSC), young people, who either in care or care experienced at 13 or 14 years old had...
The National Children’s Bureau in Northern Ireland has published an article to generate critical debate on the reopening of schools after lockdown. The Ministerial Foreword of the Northern Ireland...
The article states that teachers will play a crucial role for children who have suffered grief and trauma during the coronavirus lockdown. Julie Rees, head of Ledbury primary in Herefordshire, is...
A new research conducted collaboratively by the School for Policy Studies (University of Bristol) and Rees Centre (University of Oxford) highlights factors which explain the 'attainment gap' for...
IN Foundation, a foundation for the promotion of social inclusion of children and youth in BiH, continued its work and activities by providing support to children at risk, online. The current global...
  During March - April 2020, Terre des homes Albania undertook a situational analysis regarding the impact of pandemics and quarantine on families in need in Albania. This assessment sheds light on...

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