Eastern Europe

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

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ISPCAN2 Sep 2018

The theme of this year's ISPCAN Congress, to be held in Prague, Czech Republic 2-5 September 2018, is "Child Protection in the Changing World."

Know-How Centre for the Alternative Care for Children-NBU15 May 2018

The Know-How Centre for the Alternative Care for Children-NBU are looking for an Administrative Manager for their team.

UNICEF9 May 2018

UNICEF is seeking a Child Protection Specialist in Moldova.

Ranjan Debnath, Alva Tang, George A. Buzzell, Nathan A. Fox, Charles H. Zeanah, Charles A. Nelson - Biological Psychiatry1 May 2018

This study from the Bucharest Early Intervention Project (BEIP) examines the brain electrical activity of children and young people who have been institutionalized.

Lumos23 Apr 2018

The Communication and Advocacy Officer is responsible for planning, developing and implementing communication and advocacy activities to achieve Lumos’ objectives.

Jan P. Basiaga, Anna Róg, Beata Zięba‐Kołodziej - Child & Family Social Work6 Apr 2018

This study examined the extent to which professional foster families fulfil their tasks to reintegrate families, what attitudes professional foster families assume towards the idea of reintegration, and to what extent and how professional foster families support a child separated from his or her family and parents in the process of reintegration.

UNICEF21 Mar 2018

UNICEF is seeking a MICS consultant in Belarus.

Terre des hommes21 Mar 2018

Terre des hommes (Tdh) is seeking a  Monitoring and Evaluation Officer in Romania and Hungary.

Georgiana Trif - Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) thesis, University of Kent20 Mar 2018

This study examined care leavers' own safety net and how they negotiate independent living, aimed at understanding strategies used to negotiate independent living through the lenses of social capital and social networks.

Kaitlin Martin - Human Rights Watch5 Mar 2018

Seven boys at an institution for children with disabilities in the Chelyabinsk region of south-central Russia have reportedly been sexually abused by staff and visitors at the orphanage, according to this article from Human Rights Watch.