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The National Network for Children announced that the Bulgarian Ministry of Labour and Social Policy (MLSP) has announced the passage of significant changes in child protection legislation. The...
We are sharing this edited video from the second monthly discussion meeting of the Know How Center for the Alternative Care for Children, NBU on "Multidisciplinary work and the opportunities for...
The Know-How Center for Alternative Care for Children, NBU, is looking for a Researcher. The center is a research and consulting organization, part of the academic structure of New Bulgarian...
On 29 May, a conference was held in Bosnia and Herzegovina for the ‘Support to Transformation of Care Institutions’, a €1 million, EU-funded programme. The conference presented the programme’s...
Aceste materiale reprezintă suportul metodologic pentru activitățile de instruire realizate de către Terre des hommes Moldova în cadrul proiectului "Prevenirea violenței asupra copilului prin...
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...
Yerevan, April 11-12 2019: The French public organisation BICE organised a training for Armenian professionals, representatives from child protection services, authorities and NGOs. In addition,...
Cedar Foundation is looking for a full-time Funding and Communications Coordinator for its team at its central office in Sofia, Bulgaria. The position includes the following activities:...
The National Network for Children Bulgaria shared an article about the Energy@school programme, which encompasses 41 Central European schools in Austria, Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia, parts of...
Montenegro is dedicated to ending violence against children and implementation of a multidisciplinary approach to prevent and end violence as well as preventing re-victimization of children victims...

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