Northern Europe

This page contains documents and other resources related to children's care in Northern Europe. Browse the resources by country or category for more specific information.

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Suas2 May 2017

Suas is seeking a CEO to work with the Board and Management Team of Suas to implement the strategic goals and objectives of the organis

Stephen McNeice - Newstalk.com18 Apr 2017

Newstalk reports Tusla’s Dublihttp://www.newstalk.com/HIQA-reports-raise-concerns-over-foster-care-servicesn South Central foster care service failed to meet all HIQA standards.

Jovana Arsenijević, et al - Conflict and Health16 Apr 2017

This article discusses the methods, results, and conclusions of a mixed methods study among migrants/refugees attending mobile mental health clinics run by Médecins sans Frontières (MSF) between July 2015 and June 2016, in Serbia – a main transit hub to European countries.

4 News11 Apr 2017

Alex Renton discusses his book Stiff Upper Lip, which documents the years of physical abuse he endured while attending boarding school.

Plan International4 Apr 2017

The focus of the position is to coordinate and implement projects by Plan International Country Offices and implementing partners, provide technical support for project planning, monitoring and eva

United Kingdom1 Apr 2017

This Act was enacted by the government of the United Kingdom "to make provision about looked after children; to make other provision in relation to the welfare of children; and to make provision about the regulation of social workers." 

TT The Local24 Mar 2017

In new annual report by Ombudsman for Children, Sweden was deemed inadequate in providing support for refugee children.

Hannah Richardson - BBC21 Mar 2017

This article from BBC reports that late family interventions are forcing children into care.

David Stewart - America Magazine10 Mar 2017

People protest as Britain reneges on its duty to take in 3,000 refugee children.

Jimmy Paul – The Guardian8 Mar 2017

The best thing people can do to help change the perception of children in care is to speak to, read about, and listen to people who have experienced care.

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