Thematic learning: Children on the move
Online course: Family on the move
The increased movement of children and families across Europe, the heightened vulnerabilities associated with this, and the variation in the response suggests the need for more consistent training for social workers and NGOs involved with migrant
Supporting the Social Service Workforce on the Frontlines of the Southeastern Europe Refugee Crisis
Close to 1 million migrants and refugees fleeing war, violence and poverty have been displaced throughout Western Europe.
2 years after: lessons learned on the protection of children on the move in Europe (Childhub webinar)
Since the beginning of the so called "migrant and refugee crisis", many European countries have been facing difficulties while trying to cope with the crisis and effectively respond to the needs of the most vulnerable groups affected.
Resilience in Children Exposed to Trauma, Disaster and War: Global Perspectives
"How do children overcome hazardous experiences to succeed in life? What can be done to protect young people at risk from trauma, war, disasters, and other adversities? Learn about the importance of fostering resilience in children at risk.
Family focused interventions for refugee children in the urban context (ChildHub Webinar)
The urban context offers unique opportunities and miseries for refugee children.
Measuring Separation in Emergencies: Piloting Innovative Methods in Humanitarian Settings
Be sure to mark Friday, June 2, 2017, 10am on your calendar for an interesting webinar conducted by CPC Learning Network's Beth Rubenstein and Matt MacFarlane!
Psychosocial support for children on the move: art as a way of expression [ChildHub Webinar]
This webinar is adressed to all the actors providing psychosocial support and life skills activities to children and youth.
How and why to offer guardianship and alternative care to unaccompanied minors [Experience of Nidos, the Netherlands]
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Gender-based violence in the context of migration [Online course]
The course is open to upper year undergraduates; postgraduates; NGO activists and practitioners interested in interdisciplinary human rights, gender equality, women’s empowerment, migration; young lawyers and social scientists; active and motivate