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 - 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 - Advances in Social Work
This study explored the effects of self-care practices and perceptions on positive and negative indicators of professional quality of life, including burnout, secondary traumatic stress, and compassion satisfaction among MSW practitioners. Results...
2015 - UNDP (United Nations Development Programme)
This study was conducted at the request of the Municipal Directorate of Education of the Municipality of Prishtina, and its outcomes will be used to draft the Comprehensive Platform 2015-2018 Against Violence in Schools in the Municipality of...
2015 - Different and Equal
  This study was conducted in the framework of the project “Enhancing the reintegration efforts for victims of trafficking in Albania”, supported through KBF’s Trafficking Victims Re/integration Programme (TVRP) in the Balkans. This study tries to...
2012 - Budapest F?város Önkormányzatának Módszertani Gyermekvédelmi Szakszolgálata
The present methodological guidance – which is only available in Hungarian – aims to provide assistance to all adults coming into contact with children in state care (so not only for child protection professionals) to be able to make...
2012 - Mario project
Situational Analysis of children at risk in Bulgaria
This Situational analysis was realized in the framework of the international project Mario – Joint Action to Protect Children from Exploitation in Europe funded by the OAK Foundation. In 2009, ECPAT Bulgaria published and disseminated the first "...
2007 - Save The Children Montenegro
This research was initiated for the purpose of more detailed understanding of the risk and resiliency of a specific group of children in Montenegro to trafficking. The research was based on action-participatory methodology, which focuses on...
More and more Bulgarian children are using the Internet, while the average age at which children discover the web for the first time is becoming lower. The Internet can be defined simply as a different setting in which the same risks that children...

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