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Huseynli A - Child Abuse & Neglect3 Nov 2017

This study examined the status of the State Program on Deinstitutionalization and Alternative Care (SPDAC), a public policy aimed at transforming 55 institutions covering 14,500 children during 2006-2016 in Azerbaijan. 

UAFA13 Dec 2016

A video from UAFA emphasizing the importance of early intervention.

UAFA31 Oct 2016

In this video from United Aid for Azerbaijan, several experts and public officials discuss the importance of deinstitutionalization. 

11 May 2014

This country care review includes the care related Concluding Observations adopted by the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities as part of its examination of the first periodic report of Azerbaijan under Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities at its 125th and 126th meetings, held on 1 and 2 April 2014, respectively.

Gwendolyn Burchell, Centre for Social Policy Development, 1 Jun 2013

This paper presents an examination of the linkages between education and the deinstitutionalization of children in Azerbaijan. The paper explores the role of education in social policy and its interplay with economic policy; underlines the links needed between deinstitutionalization, inclusive education and alternative services; and examines how child protection can be understood in the context of inter-Ministerial responsibilities and coordination.

UNICEF, Natalia Lyalina and Anna Nordenmark Severinsson21 May 2009

Developed by the UNICEF Regional Office for Central and Eastern Europe/Commonwealth of Independent States as a discussion paper for the 2nd Child Protection Forum on Building and Reforming Child Care Systems

United Aid for Azerbaijan (UAFA)1 Feb 2007

Documents implementation of Azerbaijan's national de-institutionalisation and alternative care programming

Cristina Roccella1 Jan 2007

Analyzes emerging protection problems and priorities of children living in Azerbaijan. Drafts a map of the institutional system related to child welfare at a national level.

Rebecca T. Davis1 Jan 2006

Examines the transition from residential care to family-based, community care models in five European / Eurasian countries.