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Scholarships awarded for the Contribution to the first ChildHub Wiki page

The Child Protection Hub awarded scholarships in the value of 400 euros to Ms. Enkelejda Brega and Ms. Alketa Kupe for their most outstanding contribution to the first WIKI page of the ChildHub on multi-disciplinary child protection. Their contributions (together with all others) form the basis of a soon-to-be published thematic paper.

 

News

11 Nov 2015

Teams and professionals representing different child protection stakeholders gathered together at the conference named  “Sharing Realities of Multi-Disciplinary Team Working” organised by Child Protection Hub, Terre des Hommes and Defence for...

10 Nov 2015

The Huff Post Blog covers the issue of the recent influx of Syrian refugees into Europe. As part of this debate it focuses also on the access to education by Syrian children.  It points out that one of the key drivers for the current movement...

09 Nov 2015

'US News and World Report' writes that as thousands of refugees wait long hours to cross the Greece-Macedonia border to head to more prosperous northern European countries, some respite is on offer for the youngest.  Charities have set up a children...

09 Nov 2015

The 'US News and World Report' writes that the European Union is pressing some northern African nations to sign  deals that would send thousands back without sufficient protection, African diplomats and migration experts are warning.  Concern is...

Cover photo of Human Rights Watch's Report

08 Nov 2015

Human Rights Watch reports that more than 400,000 Syrian refugee children living in Turkey are not attending school. The Turkish government adopted an important policy in September 2014 that formally grants Syrian children access to public schools,...

Webinars

18 Nov 2015

The webinar will take place on the 18th November at 11am UK time to mark the first European Day on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse. During the webinar Claire Cody from the International Centre: Researching...

10 Dec 2015

The de-institutionalization process means major reforms in child protection that consists of the transformation of the existing residential institutions for children into community based services. The implementation of the reform in Bulgaria faced...

Publications

A RESEARCH Into the Current System for Children in Contact With the Law in Albania

A RESEARCH Into the Current System for Children in Contact With the Law in Albania

14 May 2015

Despite some reforms in the juvenile justice system such as, among others, the creation of a Probation Office, the nomination of special juvenile judges, prosecutors and a youth police, the situation of juvenile justice in Albania suffers from...

Four Stories of Children in Need of Protection in Albania

"Child Protection System "Under Construction" - Four Stories of Children in Need of Protection in Albania" was researched and written for Terre des hommes (Tdh) Mission in Albania by Fotis Filippou (external consultant) in collaboration with Tdh staff. This briefing is centred on four stories of children who have experienced abuse, exploitation and violence, and who have come into contact with child protection and care services in Albania.

30 Aug 2015

Child Protection System "Under Construction" - Four Stories of Children in Need of Protection in Albania was researched and written for Terre des hommes (Tdh) in Albania by Fotis Filippou (external consultant) in collaboration with Tdh staff. This...

Events

17 Nov 2015 - 9:30am to 4:00pm

Anthropolis Association organises a training for teachers, trainers, pedagogues, school psychologists who work with children 11-18, in order for them to hold sessions on modern-day slavery. The training will be built on the trainers' manual 'Modern-...

20 Nov 2015 - 8:00am to 21 Nov 2015 - 5:00pm

It has been 20 years since Step by Step program was first implemented in Slovenian schools and preschools. Our story began in 1995, when 7 preschools started changing lives of children and their families aiming to ensure equal access to quality care...

20 Nov 2015 - 9:00am to 5:00pm

The TRACE consortium, as well as experts from a broad range of fields (e.g., law enforcement officials, NGOs, policy-makers and academics), will gather in Sofia, Bulgaria to discuss human trafficking relation to other criminal industries and socio-...

Vacancies

15 Nov 2015

The Regional Representation of UNHCR is looking for a person with journalist or communications background, with connections in Hungarian and regional media, experience with social media. Details of the vacancy      

15 Nov 2015

Minority Rights Group Europe, a Budapest-based non-governmental organisation is seeking expressions of interests from independent consultants to carry out the final evaluation of their project Eastern Partnership Minorities Network, funded by the EC...

22 Nov 2015

Paternity Cover. The Regional Project Coordinator is responsible for ensuring smooth implementation of regional projects led by Tdh Regional Office or to which it contributes, and providing technical expertise and advice on child rights, migration...

12 Nov 2015

UNITED NATIONS CHILDREN’S FUND (UNICEF) wishes to invite interested companies to submit a proposal for National Institutional Consultancy on promoting the inter-sectorial mechanism of work with and for children under age of criminal liability and...

Special Newsletter on the Refugee Crisis Coming!

In November ChildHub is launching special newsletters for frontline professionals working with refugee and migrant children arriving at the borders of Macedonia, Serbia and Croatia. Sign up for  the 'Emergency Response to the Influx of Refugees-Special Edition' here  to receive practical tools, resources and latest news on the refugee flow (many of the resources are going to be in Serbo-Croatian). Would you colleagues benefit from these newsletters? Please spread the word!