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This paper focuses on youngsters’ experiences of continuity in relation to youth-care services.
On 7 November the leading liberal party in the Netherlands, the VVD (Volkspartij voor Vrijheid en Democratie), released a white paper proposal (‘initiatiefnota’) on measures to combat orphanage tourism.
The present study analyzes differences between perceived social support from family, peers, and adult mentors in Unaccompanied refugee minors (URM), with subgroup analyses of peer and mentor support in URM with and without family contact.
According to Human Rights Watch, the authorities in Paris "are using summary age assessments to determine eligibility for services" for unaccompanied minors, "in violation of international standards and French regulations," says this article from Eurasia Review.
In the present exploratory study 69 case-files of children referred to a Dutch national center for residential youth care for children with intellectual disabilities (ID) were analyzed to assess the prevalence and associations of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).
The present study is the first to examine reunification rates and characteristics associated with reunification decisions in Flemish short-term foster care.
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.
In the current study, several assessments for attachment disorder symptoms are used within a German sample of foster children after being exposed to neglect and maltreatment in their biological families.
Under the supervision of the Regional Advisor Monitoring and Evaluation and in close collaboration with the Child Protection team, the consultant will be responsible for working with Country Offices to improve evidence and data generation on key child protection issues, including but not limited to relevant SDG and UNICEF Strategic Plan indicators related to access to justice for children, children in alternative care, data on violence against children, including gender-based violence, and child marriage.
In an explorative manner, the current study investigates variables that influence psychological evaluators’ recommendations in child protection cases.