Items tagged with 'Child-friendly justice'

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About the webinar: The United Nations Global Study on Children Deprived of Their Liberty reported that “there are still at least 410,000 children held in detention every year in remand centres and...
The Hungarian-language online portal published an interview with Gyongyi Kugler, a clinical psychologist who works at the Budapest Victim Support Center where many of her patients are child victims...
  The National Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse (CNPAC) is a non-governmental organization from the Republic of Moldova whose mission is to help reduce the incidence and consequences of...
NGO Adopta from Croatia conducted a study aimed at identifying obstacles for adoption of children who are considered "more difficult to adopt" and to find out what potential adoptive parents consider...
The Bács-Kiskun County Child Protection Organizations held a professional conference on the effective operation of the signalling system and child-friendly justice on the International Day for...
The publication identifies promising practices and common challenges faced by member states: To identify, rescue and support the child victims; To ensure that harmful content is removed from the...
Rezultatele cercetării din raportul Eurochild cu privire la Semestrul European 2020 au fost lansate în cadrul evenimentului “Towards No child poverty in Europe 2030”, care a avut loc pe 14-15...
Sarah’s father is Spanish and her mother is Hungarian. They live in Spain, where Sarah was born. Sarah has always felt special because, from a very young age, she could speak two languages fluently....
Terre des hommes (Tdh), the leading Swiss child relief non-profit organization, is active in 40 countries with its programs in mother and child health, migration, juvenile justice, child labour and...
Prof. Gordana Buljan Flander, Ph.D., Director of the Zagreb Child and Youth Protection Center, has been working with abused and neglected children for over thirty years. In this column, she tells us...

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