Resources on child protection
Here you can click on these microsites to find more statistics and information on child protection issues.
Child protection microsite: a portal where you can find relevant information in 22 countries and territory used to measure progress in
Juvenile justice resource section: the dedicated pages in UNICEF regional website where you can find resources for professionals and organizations willing to contribute to justice for children reforms. This includes information on international standards, indicators and guidelines as well as data on countries in the region. There are also presentations and speeches on a regional consultation in Tirana.
Child trafficking web page: a source of information where you can find guidelines, assessments on the issue in this region as well as handbooks for parliamentarians.
Better care network: An external site where you can find information for people working on issues related to children who lack adequate care.
Publications in 2011 - 2006
For older publications, please check archives.
Children in conflict with the law
Violence against children
Children in homes
Abuse and exploitation
Regional analysis of Country Assessments
Closing Plenary: South East Europe Consultation on Reform of the child care system July 2007
Child Care System Reform: Country Assessments
Opening Plenary: South East Europe Consultation on Reform of the child care system July 2007
Child Care System Reform Efforts: Country examples from South-East Europe
Opening of South East Europe Consultation on Reform of the child care system
Presentations from Working Group 6: Costing and Financial Flows for Child Protection Services
Presentations from Working Group 5: Targeting, forecasting and planning the establishment of a continuum of services
Presentations from Working Group 4: Gatekeeping at National and Subnational Level - the role of the State
Presentations from Working Group 3: Family and Child Support Services
Presentations from Working Group 2: Family Substitute Services
Presentations from Working Group 1: Organisation of Statutory Services at the Local level
Changing Minds, Policies and Lives