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This page collects descriptions and summaries of child protection practices that have been tried and tested and seem to work. While it would be presumptuous to call them 'best practices', they show great promise. We hope you can learn from them!
[United Kingdom] Schools on Board for Urban Fruit-Growing Project
The Orchard Project (TOP) is a nationwide initiative to build and re-fruit urban communities across the UK. Last year the project planted and rejuvenated more than 2000 trees in 70 community orchards.
Bright Light - a partnership project getting care leavers into apprenticeships
Bright Light, a programme developed by the UK-based The Children's Society, in partnership with Catch22 charity, offers apprenticeship and employment opportunities to young people aged between 16 and 25 that are leaving the care system.
9 ways data is being used to help protect children [ChildHub Review]
1. Think Family and Troubled Families Programme - Bristol, UK
Two Interconnecting Puzzle Pieces: Trauma-Informed Approach and Restorative Justice
In a recent piece published by Youth Today, readers gain the opportunity to learn about the "It's About T.I.M.E (Trauma Informed Movement in Education) at the Guidance Center, which works in collaboration with the Long Beach Unifi
Good practice examples for managing children on the move
The website of the European Commission's Migrant Integration Information and good practices lists 1668 documents of identified good practice related to children on the move - including 267 case studies.
EU Roma Integration Award for the Western Balkans and Turkey
In this report, Johannes Hahn, the European Commissioner for European Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, had stated that the Roma people constitute one of the largest ethnic minority groups in Europe.
Toward an extracurricular curriculum: Afternoon studies for narrowing the educational gap
Children from ethnic minorities who live in Kosovo, especially the RAE community, lag in their schoolwork behind the majority of pupils for several reasons.