Family for Every Child,

This Family for Every Child webinar focuses on the use of creative therapies in supporting the mental health of vulnerable children and youth.

European Network on Independent Living (ENIL),

This is an interview with Dragana Ciric Milovanovic, director of European Programs for Disability Rights International (DRI), during the European Launch of the Deinstitutionalization Guidelines, including in emergencies.

ESARO Regional Learning Platform,

The government of Rwanda is in the final phases of its care reform program. Having reintegrated the majority of children from residential care back to families and communities, they are now working on the reintegration of children with disabilities. In this webinar, we hear from policymakers and practitioners on how this has been done and key lessons learned.

The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action,

This video by the Alliance for for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action details the three levels of prevention in child protection in humanitarian action.

European Coalition for Community Living (ECCL), in cooperation with the Disability Rights Defenders Network,

Organised jointly by ENIL-ECCL and Disability Rights Defenders, this webinar on November 22, 2022, featured speakers from Sweden, Slovenia and Scotland on the UN Guidelines on Deinstitutionalisation, including in Emergencies. 

Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion (ISI), Child Identity Protection (CHIP),

The Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion (ISI), Child Identity Protection (CHIP) and supporting organizations convened a symposium focusing on “The Child’s Right to Identity in Emergency Settings”. The symposium delved deeper into the challenges of protecting and preserving identity rights, including nationality rights, for children on the move and children affected by armed conflict. It examined how children’s identity rights are undermined in emergency settings, the increased risk of statelessness and the need for urgent action on repatriation, reintegration and reunification of children affected by armed conflict. 

Global Social Service Workforce Alliance,

The social service workforce plays an important role within social protection systems by connecting children, individuals, and families with a range of social services across sectors. Despite the increasing challenge of poverty and vulnerability exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, conflict and climate change, as well as the increasing recognition of the role of social service workers, investments in strengthening the workforce remain low across most countries. This presentation aims to clarify the role of the social service workforce in the social protection system. It also outlines key considerations for strengthening the social service workforce in their integral role in delivering effective and efficient social protection programmes and services.

RTI International,

This global webinar addressed the need to give greater priority to adolescent mental health, globally, and particularly in low- and middle- income countries. Experts from RTI International, Plan International, Johns Hopkins University, and AstraZeneca share research findings and present new analysis of global data with the aim of motivating and guiding action to improve adolescent mental health.

ESARO Regional Learning Platform, UNICEF,

Kinship care (care by extended family or friends of the family) is the most common form of alternative care in the region, yet also the least well-supported.  This webinar explains why it is vital to invest in kinship care and provide examples of promising practic

Family for Every Child,

Four Family for Every Child member organisations share their experiences and perspectives on supporting the mental health of vulnerable children, building on discussions from their last event: