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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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CHILD CARE SYSTEM REFORM IN ROMANIA 2004
This research is an attempt to evaluate the reforms in the child care system in Romania. Its key goal has been to obtain information that would describe and explain the processes that have taken place in this area in recent years, and the current...
Challenges of Assessing Maltreated Children Coming into Foster Care
It is now well established that early childhood adverse experiences are strongly associated with risk of developing problems in later life [1]: in terms of later health [2], social development [3], mental health and wellbeing [4], and educational...
Terre des Hommes is dedicated to the promotion and implementation of children’s rights around the world by: • Running 1046 development and humanitarian aid projects in 69 countries for more than 5’136’000 beneficiaries • Delivering protection, care...
Ending Child Immigration Detention
Every day, all around the world, millions of children are affected by immigration detention. Whether detained themselves or impacted by the detention of their parents or guardians, children are particularly vulnerable to abuse and neglect when...
Summary of normative standards and recommendations on ending child immigration detention
Every day, all around the world, millions of children are affected by immigration detention. Whether detained thmselves or impacted by the detention of their parents or guardians, migrant children around the globe are frequently detained illegally,...
This report summarizes the history, mandate, working methods, objectives and achievements of the UN Special Rapporteur on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography in its first 25 years of activity.
A Report that features seven European nations: Bulgaria, Germany, the Netherlands, Romania, Slovakia, Sweden, and the United Kingdom, which discusses bullying, children's atmospheres, and rights. The report is supplemented by findings, which have...
Central to the talks and discussions revolving around gender inequality, is care giving and unpaid care work. Having this being said, the output of male unpaid work lacks attention when compared to that of their female counterparts.  Based on the...
Children have represented up to a third of migrant arrivals in the European Union (EU) since the summer of 2015. Upon arrival, they need and have a right to protection, in line with EU and international law. Detaining children for migration...
More and more Bulgarian children are using the Internet, while the average age at which children discover the web for the first time is becoming lower. The Internet can be defined simply as a different setting in which the same risks that children...

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