Special section: Children who Experienced Trauma

You can access all the resources on the topic of children who experienced traume on this single page - news, documents, learning resources, discussions and experts.

News

22 Nov 2019
In the framework of the EU-funded PROMISE II project, and under the organisation of Terre des hommes and UNICEF, a three-day training took place in Budapest, 19-21 November 2019 for psychologists working in child protection. The topic was ‘... Read more
07 Nov 2019
A recent podcast discusses questions about child and adolescent to parent violence and abuse (CAPA): what it is, how to identify it compared to other behavioural concerns, when and why this form of abuse occurs, and how social workers should respond... Read more
17 Oct 2019
November 20th marks the 30th Anniversary of the UN Child Rights Convention. UNICEF Hungary has organised “Take Over Days” in Hungary for the past two years, and now, after Tdh has planned similar events in Romania, it is planning... Read more

Learning

13 Jan 2019
How do children overcome hazardous experiences to succeed in life? What can be done to protect young people at risk from trauma, war, disasters, and other adversities? Learn about the importance of fostering resilience in children at risk. During... Read more
24 Apr 2018
About the webinar: The Child Study Center, part of Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital at NYU Langone will host a free 30-minute webinar for parents and caregivers. Caring for children who have experienced trauma can take a toll on parents and... Read more
13 Sep 2017
About the webinar: Even the youngest children are all too often exposed to trauma and stressful information, including violence, hatred, and disastrous events. We can do our part to combat the negative impact of these events. This webinar,... Read more

Library

01 Jan 2019
The National Child Traumatic Network (NCTN) has published a list of measures that front line professionals can use to assess the exposure to trauma among the migrant and refugee families and children. Many of the tools are available in numerous... Read more
01 Jan 2018
The booklet "How trauma affects children and young people" is designed for frontline professionals and caregivers detailing what trauma is, how it affects children, and what are the effects of trauma on children, risk (vulnerability)... Read more
01 Jan 2017
The Bulgarian NGO Foundation for Access to Rights – FAR - shared the Short Guide on the Support and Care of Asylum Seeking Torture Victims by the Hungarian Helsinki Committee. The handbook aims to propose a framework instrumental in... Read more

Multimedia

03 Oct 2019
Child protection practitioners (CPPs) may interact with migrant children victims of torture at asylum facilities, detention centers, medical care facilities, or others. It is important for CPPs to be able to identify if children have experienced... Read more
09 Sep 2019
This infographic is about institutional barriers to and best practices for identifying, supporting, and working with migrant children who are victims of torture. It was produced by Jun Pang, a Child Protection Intern at the Tdh... Read more
09 Sep 2019
This infographic is about identifying, supporting, and working with migrant children who are victims of torture. It was produced by Jun Pang, a Child Protection Intern at the Tdh Regional Office Europe.  Read more

Children who Experienced Trauma

[Hungary] Therapy for Traumatised Children in the Barnahus - Training for Psychologists
Date of publication: 2019
In the framework of the EU-funded PROMISE II project, and under the organisation of Terre des hommes and UNICEF, a three-day training took place in Budapest, 19-21 November 2019 for psychologists working in child protection.
[United Kingdom] Child to Parent Violence and Abuse: New Podcast
Date of publication: 2019
A recent podcast discusses questions about child and adolescent to parent violence and abuse (CAPA): what it is, how to identify it compared to other behavioural concerns, when and why this form of abuse occurs, a
[Hungary] Universal Child Rights Day: UNICEF Hungary Organises Free Event
Date of publication: 2019
November 20th marks the 30th Anniversary of the UN Child Rights Convention. UNICEF Hungary has organised “Take Over Days” in Hungary for the past two years, and now, after Tdh has planned similar events in Romania, it is planning the third.
Working with migrant children who have experienced torture [Document]
Date of publication: 2019
Publisher: ChildHub
Child protection practitioners (CPPs) may interact with migrant children victims of torture at asylum facilities, detention centers, medical care facilities, or others.
[Bulgaria] Interview with Kristina Gologanova on working with migrant children victims of torture in Bulgaria
Date of publication: 2019
Research on the provision of support to migrant victims of torture has emerged only relatively recently.
Migrant children who are victims of torture [Infographic]
Date of publication: 2019
Publisher: ChildHub
This infographic is about identifying, supporting, and working with migrant children who are victims of torture. It was produced by Jun Pang, a Child Protection Intern at the Tdh Regional Office Europe. 
Best practices for identifying, supporting, and working with migrant children who are victims of torture [Infographic]
Date of publication: 2019
Publisher: ChildHub
This infographic is about institutional barriers to and best practices for identifying, supporting, and working with migrant children who are victims of torture.
New research on family care: Digital storytelling as a therapeutic intervention [Video]
Date of publication: 2019
Publisher: Family for every child
In this last of three part on-line event organized by Family for every child, you can learn more about how the tolo of digital storytelling can be used in therapeutical work and relationship with chil
[Bosnia and Herzegovina] One Third of Children aged from Five to Fifteen lives in Poverty in BiH
Date of publication: 2019
The publication, “Towards the European Union – Key Problems of Social Inclusion in BiH” set out that children in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) are in an unfavorable social position and this is found as one of the main causes of the negative demogra

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