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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2010 - University of California
This publication focuses on the promotion of non-resident father involvement in child welfare. It is argued that fathers are marginalized from child welfare programs, due to the biases that frame them as potential perpetrators/ abusers and that...
2010 - Foundation for the Advancement of Economics (FREN) and CENTER - Public Policy Research Center
This evaluation – done jointly by the Foundation for the Advancement of Economics (FREN) and CENTER - was an attempt to conduct systematic assessment of results of the activities undertaken by Social Innovation Fund (SIF). The objective was to...
2010 - Australian Institute of Family Studies
This publication discusses the importance of engaging fathers in child and family services, as well as challenges and obstacles on the way of involving them in child protection work. Furthermore, it offers instructions on how to include fathers in...
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...
2009 - Save The Children
The document provides information on positive parenting and caregiving skills. The pamphlet was developed by professionals in the field of child protection. It is easy to read and can give caregivers ideas on how to understand a child, manage the...
2007 - UNICEF
The child protection system in Macedonia is currently characterised by fragmentation and no connectedness of policies both in terms of policy development and implementation. The child protection in itself is not unified, rather protection of...
2002 - Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada
The document was prepared by the Immigration Board of Canada as a background note for its internal procedures. It uses sources accessed on the web, as well as interviews with representatives of the Hungarian authorities. The document was accessed on...
Best Practice in Determining and Implementing Durable Solutions for Separated Children in Europe: A Multidisciplinary Approach
Children need support and consistency in order to overcome traumatic experiences, including those experienced in the country of origin, in transit and in the country of arrival. Children also have the right to be heard and have their views taken...
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...
The ALFACA Manual to Alternative Family Care for Unaccompanied Migrant Children presents the well-established comprehensive model for dealing with cases and care of unaccompanied migrant children developed by the Dutch nongovernmental organization...

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