Over a hundred years of research proves institutional care is harmful to children, and that family and community care is better for children. Our advocacy team have produced and collated a range of publications relating to deinstitutionalisation, child care reform, and specific global regions.
A key resolution focussing on children without parental care. For the first time, it recognises the harm caused by institutionalisation, prioritises prevention, and endorses family- and community-based care over institutions.
This publication is presented in three parts. Part 1 discusses how seeing Haitian children as part of a complex and beautiful social system can inform best practices in child care reform. Part 2 highlights eight organisations working towards family-based care and the preservation of families and communities. Part 3 provides inspiration for collective action and transformation.
This document aims to ensure many more EU citizens benefit from EU funding for inclusion; and to prevent the misuse of EU funds.The purpose of this checklist is to ensure EU funds in the 2021-2027 programming period contribute to independent living and inclusion in the community. More specifically, the checklist supports desk officers to check […]
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