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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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...
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...
2010 - Open Society Institute
This report analyses activities of the European Union targeting Roma within the framework of the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA) in the countries of the Western Balkans that are either candidate countries (Croatia and Macedonia) or...
2007 - United Nation Children's Fund
The report seeks to a) raise awareness of the extent children, especially Roma children, suffer from social exclusion; b) identify the key critical causes of exclusion and the limitations in the capacity of individuals and institutions responsible...
2006 - Contact Point for Roma and Sinti Issues
Based on the general overview offered by the participants and consultants of the regional roundtable, Roma are especially vulnerable to becoming victims of trafficking. This is particularly the case for children, as they fall through the state...
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...

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