Save the date for the Opening Doors for Europe’s Children event “Maintain, Strengthen, Expand: How the EU can support the transition from institutional to family and community-based care in the next MFF”
ChildHub has gathered a pool of experts from two top destination countries and a transit country, aiming to revisit the topic of child migration and shed a light on how the process of accepting and integrating one of the most vulnerable groups - unaccompanied minors - has been functioning and evolving.
EPRC Uganda, The University of Manchester, UNICEF30 Mar 2018
EPRC Uganda has issued a call for papers for its International Conference entitled "What Works for Africa’s Poorest Children? Social Policies and Programmes for Children Living in Extreme Deprivation."
Un grupo internacional formado por varias agencias ofrece una capacitación gratuita (MOOC): "Súmese a otros colegas internacionales: Asegurar un cuidado adecuado para todos los niños: Implementando las Directrices sobre las Modalidades Alternativas de Cuidado de los Niños de la ONU."
Centre for Children’s Rights Studies (CCRS), University of Geneva03 May 2018
The objectives of this Conference are to:
examine the Swiss legislation in light of the international norms as well as the legal framework of child protection in countries which have banned corporal punishment and other cruel and degrading practices,