Ise Bosch, Eva-Maria Hilgarth, Sarah Blakemore, Amani Njogu, Nguyen Van Hue, Karin Demuth – Dreilinden1 Apr 2017
Dreilinden produced this working paper to improve practice in the area of *LGBTI children in care. This paper has texts in a variety of formats from around the world and contains three sections that cover research and tools, interviews, and practice examples.
This article discusses Tunisia's anti-drug laws that mandate automatic, one-year sentences, which has led to overcrowded prisons and separation of families. The author describes recent encounters with imprisoned women, including some who were imprisoned for smoking marijuana.
Emily Delap and Payal Saksena – Family for Every Child1 Jan 2016
This report examines what family means to children and adults in the following countries: Brazil, India, Guyana, South Africa, Egypt, Mexico, Russia, Kenya. The storytellers use evidence from 59 short films made using digital storytelling technique.
International Social Service - ISS et Bureau Permanent de La Haye8 Dec 2015
Organisée par le Bureau Permanent de la Haye, une formation internationale a eu lieu les 8 et 9 Décembre 2015 en Jordanie. 45 Experts ont échangé à propos de la pertinence d'un certain nombre de conventions de la Haye concernant la région du Moyen-Orient Afrique du Nord.
This article explores the experiences of children who live in orphanages in Egypt, and the managers of those orphanages, as well as the public perceptions of those children, their situations, and the challenges they face.
This article describes the recent rise in migrants and refugees coming to Italy from Libya and other parts of North Africa, especially the large numbers of unaccompanied children, and the efforts being made by aid workers to place those children in appropriate care.
This photo series, courtesy of Save the Children, depicts the experiences of unaccompanied young people who travel from North Africa across the Mediterranean in hopes of reaching greater safety in Europe.