Mario Project: Joint action to protect children from exploitation in Europe

Mario project is a joint effort of four NGOs working in the field of child protection to form an advocacy platform for improving protection of children in Europe and pressurizing European and national decision-makers about child trafficking issues. The partners of this 3-year project are ECPAT Nederland, Neglected Children Society in Bulgaria, Nobody's Children Foundation in Poland, Save the Children in Albania and Terre des hommes - Child Relief in Albania, Kosovo and Hungary, all experienced in implementing child protection projects in the European context.

Good Parent – Good Start campaign in Poland

It is a beautiful moment for a family when a baby is born. But it is a difficult time, too. It brings a real upheaval in a daily routine, it involves a lot of stress related to the responsibility for the newborn human being, sleepless nights, the baby's crying, initial inability to recognize the child's needs. It all might put the parents' endurance and patience to a test.

Polish alternative report to CRC

Recently alternative report to the Polish government's report on the implementation of the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Right of the Child on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography has been issued.
The report has been prepared by experts from the Nobody's Children Foundation and the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights, in cooperation with other organizations. In contains comments and supplementary information on child trafficking, prostitution, and pornography, clarifying and complementing the government's report.

Safer Internet Day 2009 celebrated in Poland

On 10 February 2009 Nobody's Children Foundation and NASK, organizations implementing the European Union's Saferinternet.pl project, organized the Safer Internet Day in Poland.