Eurochips umbrella partner in Coping research project

4 December 2010 COPING is a recently launched child-centred research project which aims to investigate the characteristics of children with imprisoned parents, their resilience, and their vulnerability to mental health problems. Over the period of the next three years, the study will cover four countries (UK, Germany, Sweden and Romania). The findings, however, are expected…

Kids Vip launches the new How to Run a Family Day Toolkit

10th October 2010 Kids VIP has launched a new resource for all staff involved in developing and running Family Day Visits. The How to Run a Family Day Toolkit is a comprehensive guide covering planning, security, health and safety and a range of tried and tested themes and activities for children and young people. It…

Report on the Children’s Ombudsman’s expert group and other news

10th October 2010 Report on the Children’s Ombudsman’s expert group  The final report from The Children’s Ombudsman’s expert group on children with an imprisoned family member will be distributed to the Ministry of Justice and all the 50 prisons in Norway. The report includes reference quotes from child experts as well as a list of…

News from Croatian Ombudsman for Children

10th October 2010   Update from the Office of the Croatian Ombudsman for Children about their work for Prisoners’ children: The Office officially joined the Eurochips network in 2009, but has been a pro-active advocate for the rights of children with an imprisoned parents ever since attending the Eurochips conference in Paris 2006. Here a…

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