Items tagged with 'Psycho-social'

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The team of the Compassion for You Association (Bulgaria) is looking for a part-time psychologist (4 hours per day) until the return of the their colleague who is on maternity leave. The main...
Abstracts are now open for the ISPCAN International Congress, hosted with our partner Sidra Child Advocacy Program, in Doha, Qatar, February 15-17, 2020. Congress topics include Child Protection in...
The WHO listed and defined gaming addiction as a condition in the 11th edition of the International Classification of Diseases, but not many places offer help to children addicted to video games. One...
This webinar is being organized as part of the regional project "Building Relationships through Innovative Development of Gender-Based Violence Awareness in Europe - BRIDGE" which has the aim to...
Terre des hommes is a non-profit organization operating in Kosovo since 1999 in the field of protection of children's rights. As part of the programs and projects to be implemented during 2019-2020,...
The Department of Health and Social Work in Bulgaria have announced a new admission for the Master's Program in Psychosocial Interventions with Children and Families. The program aims to train future...
This report, published by Cordelia Foundation, Hungarian Helsinki Committee, Foundation for Access to Rights, and the Assistance Centre for Torture Survivors, explores the experiences of migrant...
“Immigrants in the Media”, a European Commission-funded project, explores the effects of different types of information and variations of language used when reporting on immigrants. The experimental...
About the webinar:  Child sexual abuse and online sexual exploitation are prevalent in all areas of the world that have been studied. At some point social service workers are likely to encounter...
A recent study published by the Finnish University of Turku shows that children born to immigrant parents are more prone to suffer post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) than those whose parents are...

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