Welcome to canee.net!

The webpage canee.net is run by the Nobody's Children Foundation, based in Poland, with financial support of the OAK Foundation. It is dedicated to the problem of abused and neglected children in Central and Eastern Europe. It includes information on the scale and various dimensions of this negative phenomenon in Central and Eastern Europe – results of research, statistics and legislation in force concerning situation of children. This page also consists of descriptions of activities undertaken in order to protect children’s rights.

7th Regional Meeting of NGOs Childrens Rights Coalitions in Europe

The National Network for Children - Bulgaria, Eurochild, Child Rights Connect, ChildPact and UNICEF – Bulgaria host the 7th Regional Meeting of NGOs Children’s Rights Coalitions in Europe to be held in Sofia, Bulgaria, from 28 to 30 April 2014. 
The Children’s Rights Coalitions Meeting is intended to build on the discussions and learning from the meetings in Berlin (1998), Stockholm (1999), Vilnius (2002), Brussels (2005), Bucharest (2008) and Florence (2010).

CALL FOR PROPOSALS for the establishment of Resilience Resource Center in Moldova and Latvia

Social Activities and Practices Institute launches a Call for Proposals for a small project for the establishment of Resilience Resource Center in Moldova and Latvia, in order to support deinstitutionalisation.



Our voices: opportunity to get involved with the project

The 'Our Voices' project is coordinated by the International Centre: researching child sexual exploitation, violence and trafficking at the University of Bedfordshire in the UK. It is a three-year, pan-European initiative funded by the Oak Foundation, the University of Bedfordshire and other supporters.



World Day for Prevention of Child Abuse - 19 November

Child abuse, especially sexual abuse, is a universal and alarming problem and increased attention and efficient protection skills and prevention measures are necessary at family-, local-, national- and international level.

After a long tradition of silence, sexual child abuse is being more and more denounced and becoming a public and political topic.



Children victims of violence: systemic approach in prevention and protection_international conference in Moldova

The conference took place on 12 and 13 of November. It was organized by National Center for Child Abuse Prevention in partnership with Child Rights Information Center and gathered professionals from the child protection field from Republic of Moldova, Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, Romania, Bulgaria, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Norway, Great Britain, France.

10th Conference Helping Children-Victims of Crime n Poland

On 21st and 22nd of October took place the 10th National Conference „Helping Children-Victims of Crime" organized by Nobody's Children Foundation, the Ministry of Justice and the Department of Social Policy of Warsaw's City Hall.
Conference sessions revolved around helping children exposed to violence and abuse, as well as protecting the rights of children involved in legal proceedings. Domestic and international experts spoke about systemic solutions for preventing crimes against children; they also discussed methods, projects and initiatives offering practical assistance to children-victims of crime and their families.

Words hurt - social camapign in Latvia

On 30th September Latvian Centre Dardedze launched the social campaign "Words hurt for a lifetime" against emotional abuse of children.

 

More about the campaign 



Words have power

On 2 of September new social campaign of Nobody's Children Foundation Words have power was launched. I love you, I believe in you, You can do it: the words that empower children are very simple, however parents often forget them or they find difficult to use them.

Child labour in Europe

According to the Commissioner for Human Rights for the Council of Europe, Nils Muižnieks, child labour might be growing in Europe in the wake of the economic crisis. Governments need to monitor this situation and to use the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and the European Social Charter as guidance for preventive and remedial action.