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Dina Weindl and Brigitte Lueger-Schuster - BMC Psychology17 Sep 2018

This study sought to investigate the emotional facet of self–esteem (SE) in 46 adult survivors of institutional childhood maltreatment (IM) in foster care settings provided by the City of Vienna.

Alan Carr, Hollie Duff, Fiona Craddock - Trauma, Violence, & Abuse22 Jul 2018

The aim of the systematic review described in this article was to determine the outcome of child maltreatment in long-term childcare and the scope of the evidence base in this area.

Opening Doors for Europe's Children1 Feb 2018

The 2017 country factsheets provide an update on the status of child protection and care reforms from 16 European countries that are the focus of Opening Doors for Europe’s Children campaign in Phase II. 

Brigitte Lueger-Schuster, Matthias Knefel, Tobias M. Glück, Reinhold Jagsch, Viktoria Kantor, Dina Weindl - Child Abuse & Neglect22 Dec 2017

This study examines and compares the extent of child maltreatment (physical, emotional, and sexual abuse; physical and emotional neglect) and lifetime traumatization with regard to current adult mental health in a group of survivors of institutional abuse and a comparison group from the community. 

Hege Stein Helland, Katrin Križ, Sagrario Segado Sánchez-Cabezudo, Marit Skivenes - Children and Youth Services Review19 Dec 2017

This article examines whether migrant children are viewed differently than native children, employing an experiment on a representative sample of the populations of Austria, Norway and Spain.

SOS Children’s Villages International 1 May 2014

SOS Children's Villages is offering a paid internship based in its international office in Vienna to support a global campaign team in the day to day running and future development of its global advocacy Care For Me project

Better Care Network13 Mar 2014

This country care review includes the care related Concluding Observations adopted by the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the Committee on the Rights of the Child.

SOS Villages d'Enfants France 1 Oct 2012

Les enfants placés ont souvent des frères et sœurs. Malgré l’importance du lien fraternel et des décisions le concernant, les recherches européennes sur les relations fraternelles sont rares et plus encore celles sur les fratries placées. Dans la plupart des pays, les données officielles disponibles renseignent sur le nombre, le sexe et l’âge des frères et sœurs dans les familles et leur statut social, mais elles ne disent rien sur les autres caractéristiques des relations fraternelles et de la situation familiale. 

Sylvie Delcroix, Jan Folda, Bettina Hofer, Irene Martín López, Irene Rojnik, Vera von Sartori, Samantha Tedesco, Karin Weiss, Marco Zaniboni30 Sep 2012

This publication by SOS Children’s Villages International brings together research findings, learning and policy recommendations about sibling relations in alternative care gathered from five different SOS Children’s Villages associations (Germany, Austria, France, Italy, and Spain).

Council of Europe and SOS-KD4 Nov 2008

Call for participants for seminar at European Youth Centre in Strasbourg, 6-9 December