In the August issue, we inform you about the current BB flag-ship project: ‘BB Peer Reviews and Trainings’ which implements mutual learning between the BB countries. Check out the timeline of the respective BB Peer Reviews and Trainings and enjoy reading the rest of the August issue of the EESPN newsletter here!
The EESPN team launch of the new EESPN with interconnected activities, events and publications linked to each BB country.
This report summarises insights gained during the policy review and aims at further sharing these with a wider audience.
The BB Peer Review Moldova Report gathers important insights gained during the BB Peer Review and aims at further sharing these insights and lessons learnt of the participating delegations of the BB countries.
Since 2001, the Armenian Government in cooperation with international and local organizations has been carrying out reforms aimed to establish and strengthen the childcare and protection system. As a result of these efforts the number of children living in residential care institutions has decreased drastically: based on official data from 12,700 children kept in close state education and care institutions in 2001, to 1,429 in 2019.
The European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research conducted research on the situation of children at risk of losing the parental care and children that have lost the parental care in Albania, North Macedonia, Armenia, Belarus and Ukraine.