Europe

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Maria Groinig & Stephan Sting - Children and Youth Services Review,

The increasing importance of higher levels of formal education and training leads to an extended transition phase to adulthood in Austria. This article explores how care leavers are confronted with new disadvantages and with a lack of political and societal attention.

Sónia Rodrigues, Maria Barbosa-Ducharne, Jorge F. Del Valle, Joana Campos - Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal,

This study aims to analyze the comparative effectiveness of Youth Self-Report (YSR) and the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ) as screening tools of psychological (mal)adjustment, looking for differences in the way psychological problems and difficulties are identified by these two measures in adolescents in residential care (RC).

David Lynes & Angela Sitoe - Adoption & Fostering,

This study uses a qualitative approach to explore the experiences of 22 UK foster carers when a child is ‘moved on’ from a placement, focusing specifically on their experiences of loss.

Abigail Sidery - Adoption & Fostering,

As agencies consider how to build the capacity of carers to support unaccompanied young people, this study set out to learn from the experiences and views of foster carers, in order to inform the development of effective carer training and support.

Diane Dansey, Danielle Shbero, Mary John - Adoption & Fostering,

This article follows on from ‘How children in foster care engage with loyalty conflict: presenting a model of processes informing loyalty’ (Dansey, John and Shbero, 2018), published in the previous edition of this journal.

Sailaa Sunthararajah - Adoption & Fostering,

This article presents a preliminary exploration of the participation in a mindfulness-based group therapy by nine looked after children aged 14 to 17.

Coram Children's Legal Centre,

This report outlines the barriers to settlement demonstrated by the work CCLC has done with children and young people and makes recommendations for the ways in which the government can ensure that these barriers can be overcome as the EU settlement scheme is rolled out.

Lisa O'Carroll - The Guardian,

The UK Home Office is introducing a new scheme requiring the registration of EU nationals after Brexit, putting children in care and other vulnerable children in danger of slipping through the cracks, according to a report from Coram Children’s Legal Centre. 

Opening Doors for Europe's Children,

This factsheet highlights the developments and challenges still ahead in Ukraine and offers key recommendations to the EU and the national government to ensure that children are cared for in family-based settings.

Opening Doors for Europe's Children,

This factsheet highlights the developments and challenges still ahead in Spain and offers key recommendations to the EU and the national government to ensure that children are cared for in family-based settings.