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This factsheet is largely based on the inputs and observations of seven organisations working in child protection in Kosovo. As the survey was shared through child protection national coalition KOMF...
On 21 January,  the Prime Minister of Republic of Moldova has chaired the first meeting of the National Council for Protection of the Rights of the Child (CNPDC). Attending the event were Health,...
Researchers at Queen Mary University of London have developed the first positive psychology-based intervention program for young refugees. The program, called Strengths for the Journey, published in...
Hundreds of people signed an online campaign with a joint letter, which highlights the most harmful aspects of today’s public care system in UK, as: Lot's of children have been sent far from their...
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 Home Office and the Microsoft launched a new tool which identifies and blocks child grooming conversations online with the help of artificial intelligence. This tool is part of the government’s...
Early years are critical for human development and investing in it is one of the best investments a country can make to boost economic growth, promote peaceful and sustainable societies, and...
The aim of this research is to evaluate the social and economic background of the victims of trafficking in human beings, as well as the factors and conditions leading to the involvement in the...
Leading Child Rights Organizations Call for a Second Revolution in Child Rights Produced by the Joining Forces Alliance — an alliance of the six leading child-focused organizations — the report makes...
A report analyse data from 174 countries to show that the proportion of the under-5s population registered globally is up around 20 per cent from 10 years ago, from 63 to 75 per cent. Nearly one in...

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