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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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2015 - Roma Education Fund
1. This report contains analysis of the gap in educational and labor market outcomes between Roma and non-Roma at age 22-23 in Hungary. The goal of the analysis is to measure the ethnic gaps and to shed light on the potential causes of the...
2013 - Roma Education Fund
Young Roma often face serious challenges to receiving an education, one of the most important being segregated schooling. This paper offers an extensive analysis of the problems affecting Roma students' ability to get a full, quality education in...
2013 - Roma Education Fund
Since the 1980s, the distribution of Roma and non-Roma in schools across Hungary has become significantly more uneven. This paper analyses this educational segregation, with a particular focus on the effects of school choice and local educational...
2012 - Roma Education Fund
This issue of REF triquarterly news puts a special focus on A Good Start, REF’s flagship program for early child education and care. In 2011, A Good Start (AGS) continued its progress towards ensuring that children from ages zero to six have access...
2009 - Roma Education Fund
This Roma Education Fund study aimed to provide some data to inform policy decisions on whether to introduce conditional cash transfers (CCTs), funds provided to poor families in exchange for specified verifiable actions, as a tool for improving...
2009 - Roma Education Fund
This paper sets out to establish clear evidence on the issue of segregation of Roma and non-Roma in education in Hungary, with a focus on the impact of the National Educational Integration Network (OOIH). From conducting primarily quantitative ...
2009 - Roma Education Fund
This study examines the overrepresentation of Roma children in special education in Slovakia and the contributing factors to this phenomenon. The authors find that approximately 60% of children in special education schools and classes in Slovakia...
Segregation in education, whether explicit or de facto and whether involving classes or whole schools, remains a serious problem for Roma children hoping to receive a quality education, and a serious source of inequality. In this paper, the Roma...
The overrepresentation of Roma students in 'special schools' is one of the greatest obstacles to educational equality in Slovakia. This report aims to measure and analyse the effects of a large EU investment project towards stopping the...

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