Items tagged with 'Poverty'

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The document aims to support social workers to handle issues of poverty, with practical proposals, like suggestion on how to help families to maximise incomes. The guide was developed as part of the...
Since 2009 children and young people have become increasingly unhappy. Based on the latest figures around  a quarter of a million children are unhappy with their lives, with factors like friends,...
The article below was written by Phil Nash, correspondent for the Immigration Advice Service, an organisation of immigration solicitors providing legal support for students from overseas looking to...
According to recent estimates, more than 15,000 minors are trafficked into Europe every year as part of a growing phenomenon of football player migration and trafficking, says Ini-Obong Nkang, a...
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...
In Hungary, the law prohibits children being taken away from the family because of their poverty, but one-third of the children in care are separated from their families due to this reason. In Nógrád...
Arete Youth Foundation - Bulgaria are looking for a technical assistant for their team in Sofia, Bulgaria to participate in the ambitious mission of the organization, supporting the director of the...
The European Social Fund (ESF) has traditionally been associated with employment initiatives, but in recent years, growing attention has been paid to how these EU funds can help tackle poverty,...
Free Europe Bulgaria (Svobodna Evropa) shared this short film (in Bulgarian) about the story of Snezhana Ivanova, a Bulgarian woman from the poor Sofian district Fakulteta, who has successfully...
According to the new joint report of UNICEF and ILO only 35% of children has social protection coverage, the situation is the most concerning in Asia where only 28% have, and in Africa with as few as...

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