Publication on child-friendly interviewing

The NCF quarterly no. 35 "Abused Child. Theory, Research and Practice" is devoted to the topic of children participating in legal procedures. The articles focus on the child-friendly justice, standards in the area of interviewing underage witness and the practice of interviewing children in Poland.

Report on Tackling the Demand that forces Human Trafficking

Despite the importance of reducing demand to combat trafficking in persons, there is a dearth of information about good practices in demand reduction, and few such programs have been evaluated. The Europe and Eurasia region has recorded an increase in incidences of trafficking into and within the region, demonstrating a demand for trafficked labour and services from both beyond and within the region. In spite of this, demand reduction efforts have been few and far between.

8th International Conference Helping Children-Victims of Crime in Poland

8th International Conference „Helping Children-Victims of Crime" is organized by Nobody's Children Foundation, the Ministry of Justice and the Department of Social Policy of Warsaw's City Hall. It is also one of the events accompanying Polish Presidency in the Council of the European Union. The conference will take place on 24th-25th October 2011 in Warsaw.

The report on Child-Friendly Interviewing Rooms in Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine

The report on Presentation and Launch of Child-Friendly Interviewing Rooms in Western NIS/ Eastern EU Neighboring Region (Belarus, Moldova, The Ukraine) has been published in June 2011 by the International Center La Strada (Moldova).

Peer Education Training Manual Adolescent-related Risks and Dangers

This Manual provides training guidelines incorporating the peer education method. It has been developed within the third phase of the regional Child Trafficking Response Programme, managed by Save the Children in Albania, and with the participation of volunteers from Partners Bulgaria Foundation Resource Centre in the town of Kjustendil. This Manual aims at complementing adolescent activities within a programme for prevention of some of the risks encountered by adolescents nowadays. Its objective is twofold - on one hand, this Manual offers relevant information on each of the themes, and on the other hand, it enables young people to develop skills for independent living in order to protect themselves in risk situations.

Report on Early Intervention

This Report is rooted in one simple ambition: to ensure that every baby, child and young person grows up with the basic social and emotional competencies that will give them the bedrock skills upon which all else is built. That is the objective set in both the first and second of these Reports.

Report on prohibition of corporal punishment in schools

This report reviews progress towards prohibition of corporal punishment in schools and describes the actions that need to be taken to ensure that children's rights to protection from all forms of corporal punishment and to non-violent education are enshrined in national laws.

Trafficking in Persons Report 2011

The U.S. State Department released the eleventh annual Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report on June 27, 2011. Analyzing 184 governments' work in combating slavery, the Report is both the most comprehensive literature on the subject and an important strategic tool for US diplomatic efforts at increasing international efforts.

Report on child interviewing in Poland

The court files research of interviewing child-victims and witnesses of crime in Poland was carried out by the Nobody's Children Foundation in 2010 under the project supported by the European Commission - Directorate General Justice, Freedom and Security. The examination covered the records of criminal cases that ended finally in 2008, in which there was at least one hearing of a minor (under 18 years of age).

Report on formal care and adoption of children in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

United Nation Children's Fund report is about children in Eastern Europe and Central Asia who are deprived of parental care. Despite recent reforms, which have led to an increase in the number of children being placed in alternative families – for example with foster parents, guardians or adoptive parents the majority of these children are still living in institutions.