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After the UK Home Office started using hotels to house unaccompanied children in July 2021, it began receiving reports of children going missing. Only some of these children, who travelled to the UK in small boats, have been located and returned to authorities.
This report examines what happens after unaccompanied children have arrived at their European destinations and is based on interviews with key informants, a literature review, and research in three sites (Lebanon, Greece and Germany). What does it mean to integrate into a new society when you are a child on your own? How do they face the challenges of building an identity without their families, process the violence and dangers of their journeys, and face a new situation that may not be as welcoming or straightforward as they had expected?
This is the UK government's implementation plan in response to the Independent Review of Children’s Social Care - an independent review of the UK's care system in order to build recommendations for how the system can be improved and to continue feeding in a wide range of views - published in May 2022.
Efforts are being made to end the practice of people travelling from Ireland to volunteer and visit orphanages worldwide. It is part of a global effort to end international orphanage volunteering and the institutionalisation of children.
El objetivo fundamental del presente libro es el análisis comparativo de las políticas, prácticas e investigaciones en relación a los sistemas de protección infantil en diversos países de América Latina y Europa. Las distintas experiencias recogidas en el texto esperamos contribuyan a aportar a la escasa literatura existente sobre el tema en Iberoamérica, pese a su enorme relevancia para los distintos intervinientes, investigadores, comunidad profesional y tomadores de decisiones.
Ezt az útmutatót azoknak a szolgáltatóknak állítottuk össze, akik gyermekekkel, családokkal és elszakított gyermekekkel foglalkoznak, válaszul a jelenlegi ukrajnai és környező országok humanitárius helyzetére.
In early December, Lucian Schepers dusted off his adoption file one more time. He thumbed through the stack of yellowed papers and translated what he could with the help of Google, trying once more to piece together the puzzle of his early life in communist Romania.
Children in care are among those who have faced danger and disruption due to the war in Ukraine. Gabriella Józwiak reports on the evacuation of more than 50 looked-after young people to the UK.
The purpose of this study, based in France, is to explore the Emotion Regulation Strategies (ERS) of children in foster care and to highlight those most commonly employed in family or placement contexts.
This report presents the findings from a mixed-methods evaluation of peer parental advocacy (PPA) in the London Borough of Camden.