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The great exchange of experience and ideas on how to improve care for children continued in Paris yesterday on day two of the conference, Children's Rights in Alternative Care: 'Walk the Talk'. Learn more about the international project to develop training in child rights-based approaches in alternative care: goo.gl/5nWzeg
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12/01/2016 at 10:14. Facebook
#SOSChildrensVillages co-worker in Aleppo:
"There is an urgent need for more food as thousands of people are fleeing the fighting. We are deeply concerned about the impact on children and there is a desperate need to ensure that they have food, water, medical care and safe shelter.”
File photo: Distributing food to displaced families from Aleppo © SOS Children's Villages
SOS Children's Villages
11/29/2016 at 09:22. Facebook
In a joint statement released today at the European Forum on the Rights of the Child in Brussels, SOS Children’s Villages and 77 other organisations are calling for action to protect children in migration. Read more: [ Bit.ly Link ]

#EUChildForum #SOSChildrenVillages #Refugees #ChildRights

SOS Children's Villages and partners outline priorities to protect young migrants

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About 220 million of this world's children cannot count on the loving care of a parent or are at risk of experiencing family breakdown. But who are these children and what makes them vulnerable? Find out more: [ Bit.ly Link ]

#NoChildAlone #NoChildShouldGrowUpAlone #SOSChildrensVillages
Economic hardship puts families at risk of breakdown and separation. Single-parent families, child-headed or grandparent-headed families are particularly vulnerable. Read how SOS Children's Villages Namibia is supporting families through training and income-generating initiatives: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Working with families to become self-reliant

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Read how SOS Children’s Villages’ International Ambassador Vincent Kompany answers the question: As a child, how did you know that your parents deeply cared for you?. Thank you, Vincent #Kompany, for supporting us in our call to join forces to make sure that no child grows up alone.

#NoChildAlone #NoChildShouldGrowUpAlone #SOSChildrensVillages
No child should grow up alone. Yet, too many children cannot count on the loving care of a parent or are at risk of losing parental care. SOS Children's Villages’ President Siddhartha Kaul and CEO Norbert Meder explain why it is so important to make sure that no child grows up alone: [ Bit.ly Link ]

#NoChildAlone #NoChildShouldGrowUpAlone #SOSChildrensVillages #ChildrensDay
We asked children: How do you know your mom or dad deeply cares for you?
#NoChildAlone #NoChildShouldGrowUpAlone #SOSChildrensVillages #ChildrensDay

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This week the Inter-Agency Expert Group on #SDG Indicators (IAEG-SDGs) is meeting in Geneva. Together with over 250 organisations from across the world, we are calling on the #IAEG to ensure that children without parental care or living outside of households will be counted when measuring SDG progress. This requires 1) data disaggregation by care status; 2) better data collection methodologies...
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193 States have agreed on a global agenda to end poverty and inequality by 2030. Yet, millions of children remain invisible and at risk of not receiving adequate support to survive, grow and thrive. Together with 250 other organisations, we are calling on the United Nations to close the #datagap and ensure that children without parental care or living outside of households are represented in...
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The great exchange of experience and ideas on how to improve care for children continued in Paris yesterday on day two of the conference, Children's Rights in Alternative Care: 'Walk the Talk'. Learn more about the international project to develop training in child rights-based approaches in alternative care: goo.gl/5nWzeg
#Paris is full of bright ideas to improve care for children this week as thought leaders, #youngexperts, trainers, care professionals, and decision-makers meet at 'Children's Rights in Alternative Care: Walk the Talk', 8-9 November 2016. Learn more: http:[ Goo.gl Link ]
#Train4ChildRights
Here is what Dereje Wordofa of #SOSChildrensVillages says about the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child:

Africa's charter on children’s rights: Turning words into action

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#HurricaneMatthew has affected the lives of hundreds of thousands of children in #Haiti. Helping them cope with the consequences of the disaster will be a long process. Read about how community centres are playing an important role in supporting children and families.
#SOSEmergency #SOSChildrensVillages

Community centres offer a haven in hurricane-battered Les Cayes, Haiti

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Read what Lynn M. Croneberger of SOS Children’s Villages-USA says about prioritising the care of children in Syria:

In caring for Syrian children, long-term needs can't be overlooked | Huffington Post

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"You can take these children from the war and the trauma. But it is a far more difficult task to take the war and trauma out of their minds, hearts and bodies." Read what international trauma expert Paul Boyle says about the impact of war on Syrian children and what can be done to help care for them.

#SOSEmergencies #Syria #ChildProtection #SOSChildrensVillages

Trauma expert: ‘There is no one more affected by war than a child’

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We're growing our partnership with the Youth Career Initiative into more countries to help more young people kickstart their careers.
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#youthopportunity #careerstart #YCI #SOS Youth Career Initiative Global #international #employment #youthcan

International partnership to expand employment opportunities for under-served youth

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Tonight, the Royal Family of Spain recognised SOS Children's Villages' work in favour of children with the Princess of Asturias Award for Concord. “Humanity will not be completely safe as long as we do not understand that it is an absolute priority to protect, care for, and educate children,” said King Felipe VI in his speech. Read more: [ Bit.ly Link ] #princessasturiasawards ...
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SOS Children's Villages accepts 2016 Princess of Asturias Award for Concord from Royal Family in Spain

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Here's something sweet:
Yesterday, Pope Francis paid a visit to the children and families of SOS Children's Village Rome.
What happened?
The children and the Pope talked together and laughed and ate candy. That's sweet!

Roma, il Papa a sorpresa a Boccea nelle case famiglia di Sos Bambini

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Finding work is not easy for young people in Europe. The situation is particularly challenging for young people leaving care. New research commissioned by SOS Children's Villages analyses the employment situation for this under-documented group in five European countries - Austria, Croatia, Germany, Hungary and Norway. Read more: [ Bit.ly Link ]

#YouthEmployability #CareLeavers #LeavingCare...
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