Items tagged with 'Foster care'

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According to the law children cannot be taken out of their family only due to financial issues (i.e. poverty), while in practice more and more cases are known when - not officialy- but poverty is the...
Parent is not just someone who gives birth, but also someone who takes care for the child all the life. However, Albanian Family Code favors parents and removing parenting rights is not very easy,...
On April, 15 -16, 2015 in Bulgaria UNHCR held a seminar on foster care and refugee children. The seminar had the title 'Training of trainers of foster parents'. The seminar was attended by...
The International Foster Care Organisation (IFCO) is inviting expressions of interest from member and non-member organisations to host the next biennial IFCO 2016 Regional and 2017 World Conferences...
 The Booklet 'I am going to my new home' (in Bulgarian language) is designed to help the handicapped children who are being transferred from an institution to a new type of social service. The...
The transition of services for children, living in specialized institutions, to using services in the community, requires reduction of the capacity of the providers  (number of places), and on the...
This online self-study material offers an understanding of key aspects of child protection and different categories of child abuse. It is useful for all those working with children, with professional...
‘Times of Malta’ reports that a draft law on children in out-of-home care was announced. According to the draft, permanent foster care will be introduced and children living in homes...

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