Online Library

This is an online library with  publications related to child protection, including legislation, professional guidance, research reports and toolkits. Please use the filter function to adjust your search.

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2017 - European Union Agency For Fundamental Rights
This document features imperative themes that had occurred in European migration for the month of March 2017. Specifically, the report includes components that are vital to the continent's flow of migration, such as external land sea borders,...
2017 - International Organization for Migration
This report summarizes the results of interviews performed with 4,477 Afghan and Pakistani migrants, which took place in the Western portion of the Balkans, from January to November 2016, and conducted within the International Organization for...
2015 - UNICEF
A recent UNICEF report The Social Monitor: Social Protection for Child Rights and Wellbeing in Central and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia calls for an enhanced investment in more effective social protection which can have significant...
2015 - Child Protection Hub
This paper by ChildHub summarises 12 promising practices and research to improve educational outcomes of Roma children. The approaches include provision of free meals, increased early childhood care, establishing high-status peer contacts,...
2015 - Decade of Roma Inclusion Secretariat Foundation
Roma Inclusion Index 2015
This publication analyzes progress made by 11 countries in Central and Southeastern Europe in their efforts to include Roma in different life areas, such as health, education, housing and employment. It also looks at such crosscutting issues as...
2013 - UNHCR
The report is part of the “Refugee Integration: Capacity and Evaluation” project, co-funded by the European Union through the European Refugee Fund - Community Actions 2011 and UNHCR. The project began on 1 August 2012 and was implemented by the...
2013 - UN Children's Fund (UNICEF)
The present report is is based on the experiences of more than 600 professionals in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), Serbia and Turkey who regularly come into contact with children who have been exposed to violence. Violence against children...
2011 - European Roma Rights Center
Imperfect Justice
In the present study the ERRC monitored the State response in 44 of the most violent anti- Roma attacks reported to police in the Czech Republic (14 cases), Hungary (22 cases) and Slovakia (8 cases). The individual cases presented in this study...
2008 - Amnesty International
Almost all the pupils at the primary “special school” in Pavlovce nad Uhom, eastern Slovakia, are Roma. The school is intended for children who have mental disabilities. This case study details how the Romani children are placed in the...
2007 - European Roma Rights Center
This report examines the findings and implications of research on Romani children in the Hungarian child protection system, explores the applicability of good practices from other countries and provides a series of recommendations for future...

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