Special sections

We have developed pages where you can see all types of content, as well as experts, related to a certain topic. This is a list of all these 'thematic pages'.

Supported by UEFA and Terre des hommes Foundation. 

This page collects resources related to INSPIRE: seven strategies for ending violence against children, developed by WHO, CDC, Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children, Pan American Health Organization, PEPFAR, Together for girls, UNICEF, UNODC, USAID, and World Bank.

Mentoring for integration of children affected by migration

You can access all the resources on the issue of child sexual abuse on this single page: news, documents, learning resources, discussions and experts

You can access all the resources on the issue of trafficking in person on this single page: news, documents, learning resources, discussions and experts.

Welcome to this section dedicated to the use of Arts as a way to engage and empower children and youth affected by adversity. You can find resources and news on the issue and updates from a pilot project of Tdh with IICRD to build resilience for the ones affected by migration and conflicts in Iraq and Eygpt, through artistic projects.

This page brings together all resources on the issue of Roma children: news, videos, infographics, research, learning resources and experts.

In this section you will find a selection of resources on the importance of consulting with children and young people, including those with disabilities: manuals, practical steps, promising practices, learning opportunities and other.

AWAY project aims to raise awareness on diversion, a restorative method in juvenile justice. There are available services and opportunities for diversion, but current measures are not appropriate or effective. 

Terre des hommes is implementing its regional project titled "Building Relationships through Innovative Development of Gender Based Violence Awareness in Europe - BRIDGE" aiming to strengthen statutory response to gender-based violence affecting children and youth on the move in EU Member States.

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