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This practical guidance was written by Paul Bercea on how to identify signs of abuse in children. Often children are not able to disclose what has happened to them, so it is very important for...
This practical guidance was written by Paul Bercea about families who do not engage or cooperate with services to protect children at risk of harm, including those who may appear outwardly compliant.
This is a practical guidance on understanding risk in child protection. Professionals that work directly with children and young people, are often worried about the welfare of these children and, at...
Legea care prevede garantarea accesului gratuit la servicii de sănătate pentru copiii și grupurile vulnerabile care nu dețin cod numeric personal a fost promulgată în România, joi, 17 octombrie....
Strict laws on child pornography are in force in Italy. For taking inappropriate photos of her children at just three years and 18 months old, their mother was sentenced to three years in prison....
Dr Szilvia Gyurkó, children’s rights expert’s thoughts are summarized in nlc.hu article about what needs to happen in order to eliminate violence and abuse in children’s lives. Hungarian children are...
Very often when fatal consequences occur in children served by child protection agencies and services, the question arises as to whether they can do something to prevent it, some critics argue that...
 The recent immigration peak has posed a challenge to Sweden. In 2015, nearly 163,000 people applied for asylum in Sweden.  Many of the asylum seekers who came to Sweden have experienced trauma,...
A large number of refugee children have remained in Greece during the past years. Merope Tzoufi, Greece’s Alternate Education Minister, presented the latest data concerning the Education of refugee...
"The numbers of trafficked children are on the rise." stressed Sarah Di Giglio, Senior Policy Officer on Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery at the IOM.  According to ECPAT UK (Every Child...

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