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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2016 - Child Protection Hub
Despite the fact that all 28 members of the European Union have ratified the UNCRC, violence continues to blight the lives of millions of children across Europe. In this report the FRA (European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights) identifies...
2016 - UNHCR
The UNHCR Staff Well-Being Survey was launched by the Staff Welfare Section of the Staff Health and Welfare Service (SWS/SHWS) in May 2014. It was completed by 2,431 respondents, accounting for 21 % of UNHCR’s staff and its affiliate workforce. It...
2015 - European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA)
This FRA publication examines the legislative and policy provisions available in the EU to protect children with disabilities from abuse. Evidence indicates that children with disabilities are considerably more at risk than non-disabled children....
2015 -
The International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is an international humanitarian organization, which has set a system to prevent burnout among its staff members. One strategy it has used was to set up a Psychological...
2015 -
For our second example of burnout prevention we selected a well-known multinational company, Microsoft Corporation, as we wanted to highlight some of the innovative approaches that can be adopted to prevent burnout, by agencies with considerable...
2014 - Elsevier
This article discusses the individual employee's role in the development of his/her job burnout. It reviews the antecedents and consequences of burnout, and propose a model with chronic burnout as a moderator of daily functioning in the workplace....
2012 - CEE
This article reveals the different types of psychological concerns that humanitarian workers might be facing, while in the field. It focuses on three major ones: PTSD, burnout, and perhaps resulting from these two, post-deployment drug and alcohol...
2011 -
Analyzing the results of multiple studies, this article highlights the fact that relief work is more conducive to trauma-related mental illnesses and that humanitarian workers tend to suffer more from posttraumatic stress disorder, depression and...
2011 - International Social Work
This article analyses the effects of burnout through a study of 120 social workers in Malaga, Spain, who were selected through simple random sampling procedures.  They were provided a questionnaire that they had to answer. For this study, the term...
2011 - Webster University
The article addresses the social and institutional support that humanitarian workers are provided by their organizations. The paper starts by exploring the concept of cumulative stress, which is crucial in allowing for burnout to occur. According to...

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