Child Care and Protection Policies

Child care and protection policies regulate the care of children, including the type of support and assistance to be offered, good practice guidelines for the implementation of services, standards for care, and adequate provisions for implementation. They relate to the care a child receives at and away from home.

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Ziba Vaghri, Jean Zermatten, Gerison Lansdown, Roberta Ruggiero,

Three decades of reporting from the States Parties to the Committee on the Rights of the Child have revealed many gaps between the promise of the convention and the reality on the ground for children. This book is an article-by-article analysis of almost all substantive, organizational, and procedural provisions of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Hope and Homes for Children,

Au-delà des soins institutionnels fournit un cadre aux gouvernements pour développer leur propre feuille de route pour la réforme et la désinstitutionnalisation du système de protection et de garde des enfants. Nous espérons qu'il inspirera une conversation, guidera le dialogue interministériel et interprofessionnel, soutiendra les groupes multidisciplinaires à tous les niveaux pour encadrer leur propre évaluation et planifier leur propre feuille de route pour le changement.

Emily Delap of Child Frontiers, UNICEF Malawi country office, UNICEF ESARO, CTWWC, and the Government of Malawi,

This virtual study tour aims to provide you with an overview of care reform in Malawi from the comfort of your own home. Care reform relates to the care of children. It refers to efforts to improve the legal and policy frameworks, structures, services, supports and resources that determine and deliver alternative care, prevent family separation and support families to care for children well.

UNICEF,

The analysis presented in this report looks at historical trends in child marriage, with a focus on selected countries that have recorded significant declines in child marriage prevalence. It offers an overview of changes in the practice together with a review of other shifts that have occurred in these countries in terms of girls’ access to education and employment opportunities, as well as economic development and poverty reduction.

Changing the Way We Care (CTWWC),

A fost efectuată atât analiza ghidurilor naționale cât și internaționale, a proceselor standard de operare, a instrumentelor și a materialelor pentru Managementul de caz (MC) pentru a identifica punctele forte și lacunele.

Changing the Way We Care (CTWWC),

A fost efectuată o evaluare cuprinzătoare a copiilor și adolescenților care trăiesc în îngrijire rezidențială identificând că există un mecanism complex de evaluare, axat pe oferirea unei vederi de 360° asupra nevoilor și interesului superior al copilului.

Changing the Way We Care (CTWWC),

Cercetarea a vizat o analiză cuprinzătoare a cadrului juridic și de reglementare, conform Orientărilor ONU privind îngrijirea alternativă a copiilor, inclusiv o analiză a mecanismelor de finanțare pentru programarea serviciilor de îngrijire.

Changing the Way We Care (CTWWC),

În perioada ianuarie-iunie 2021, Changing the Way We Care în Moldova, împreună partenerii săi cheie P4EC, CCF și Keystone Moldova, a efectuat șapte studii de cercetare privind diferite elemente ale sistemului de îngrijire și protecție a copiilor din Moldova, care, atunci când sunt citite împreună, oferă o imagine cuprinzătoare a sistemului.

Transforming Children's Care Global Collaborative Platform, Child Identity,

This webinar, the fourth in a series from the Transforming Children's Care Global Collaborative Platform, explored the importance of protecting the child’s right to identity in how it is created, how it may be modified and/or falsified in alternative care as well as the need to preserve information about the child’s identity, notably family relations.

Scottish Government,

Update on administration and decision making work taking place since the The Redress for Survivors (Historical Child Abuse in Care) (Scotland) Bill was passed by Parliament in March 2021.