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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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2019 - ISMU Foundation
"60,000 Young Refugees and Migrants Who Arrived in Italy Alone Need Ongoing Support Through Transition to Adulthood" – UN Agencies The report highlights the ‘triple transition’ young refugees and migrants face when they turn 18 years old – from...
2019 - Hintalovon Child Rights Foundation
What is its purpose? These guidelines lay down the rules of involving children in political campaigns. It was created to: show guidance to those involved in party politics, prevent the use of children in party politics, and to promote the...
2019 - The Center for the Rights of the Child Uzice
The Center for the Rights of the Child Uzice has prepared the fourth alternative report "The rights of the child in the process of Serbia's accession to the European Union". The subject of the report is the development of an independent evaluation...
2019 - KOMF (Coalition of NGO's on Child Protection in Kosovo)
Kosovo Government has approved the Concept Document on Social and Family Services in the last meeting. The third option proposed by working group has been evaluated as the right one, which recommends drafting a new Draft Law to repeal Law No. 02/L-...
2019 - UNICEF and ILO
UNICEF and ILO published a joint report aiming to contribute to the ongoing discussions about the future of social protection for children. According to the report, it is essential for future universal social protection schemes to include and...
2019 - Opening Doors
“Opening Doors” reports that Austria has a well-established social welfare system but still faces some obstacles concerning deinstitutionalisation and child justice. The insufficiency of the existing quality standards of residential care and the...
2019 - Opening Doors
According to “Opening Doors”, Bulgaria is a precursor Member State regarding policies and reforms in the children welfare system leading to deinstitutionalisation, mainly through its plan to achieve a full transition from institutional to family and...
2019 - Opening Doors
“Opening Doors” brings to attention the lack of commitment of the Romanian administration regarding the process of deinstitutionalisation of children social and welfare system, especially due to the delays in the allocation EU funds and the lack of...
2019 - Opening Doors
“Opening Doors” reported that Poland was identified by the European Commission as one of the EU Member States that presents a specific need for reforms of deinstitutionalisation in its children social and welfare system. They expressed their...
2018 - UNICEF, Belgrade
Situational analysis of services for babies and young children with disabilities in the Republic of Serbia, Development of services for early childhood interventions: opportunities and challenges, explores the status of early intervention services...

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