The nightmare before Christmas: Cybersecurity risks for children’s toys

By |december 21st, 2018|BEUC, children, children's rights, China, Cybersecurity, Cybersecurity Act, cybersecurity toys, European Consumer Organisation (BEUC), hack, hacking, National Cyber Security Centre, News, toys|

The lack of a legal framework to protect children's toys against cybersecurity risks could prove to have damaging consequences, a leading European consumer rights group has warned ahead of the Christmas festivities, advising parents that some of those ...

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Eurochild: A Strategy to put children at the heart of Europe [Promoted content]

By |julij 3rd, 2018|children, children's rights, News|

Eurochild has adopted three strategic goals for the coming three years: ending child poverty and institutional care, and raising political visibility to children’s rights.

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Tackling EU child poverty through Child Guarantee

By |maj 21st, 2018|Child Guarantee, child poverty, childcare, children's rights, Education, News, Youth Employment Initiative, Youth Guarantee|

Based on figures from 2016, nearly 26.4% of children across the EU are experiencing, or are at risk of experiencing, poverty or social exclusion. But the EU has one potential policy development to deal with this worrying trend, write Joanna Hofman and ...

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EU calls on Israel to respect the rights of Palestinian children

By |april 6th, 2018|Arab-Israeli conflict, armed forces, children's rights, EU institutions, European External Action Service, Federica Mogherini, Foreign Affairs, Gaza, Israel, Jerusalem, live ammunition, News, Palestine|

Alarmed by the conditions of Palestinian children in the Israeli military judicial system, the EU has called on Israel, through its representatives in Jerusalem and Ramallah, to respect the children's rights. EURACTIV’s partner Euroefe reports.

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Transforming Romania’s child protection system in partnership with civil society

By |december 18th, 2017|children's rights, News, Romania, Romanian Presidency|

Romania should use its presidency of the EU Council to champion the move from old-style care institutions to community-based child care and show other EU member states it can be done, writes Jana Hainsworth.

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Children must be at the heart of debate on Europe’s future

By |november 17th, 2017|child poverty, children's rights, News, poverty, social protection|

Most people debating the future of Europe think in economic terms. But today we must think about how children in Europe are experiencing their childhood, as that will be the biggest determining factor of our future, writes Jana Hainsworth.

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Child immigration detention: Why EU states must cut it out

By |november 7th, 2017|child refugees, children's rights, immigration policy, Migration, News, Terre des Hommes, United Nations|

European governments are treating children like criminals by detaining them because of their migration status. It’s time to care for them as the children they are, writes Lavinia Liardo.

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Not so wunderful: Germany’s fear of homeschooling

By |april 6th, 2017|children's rights, European Court of Human Rights, Homeschooling, News|

Home education is a right recognised by international human rights. And yet, Germany fails to honour these agreements, writes Alexandra Tompson.

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10 Reasons why the EU has been good for children

By |marec 24th, 2017|child protection online, children, children's rights, News|

Whatever decisions the EU makes about its future at the Rome summit and beyond, it should recognise the improvements to the lives of children as one if its great achievements and make this a foundation for future action, writes Jana Hainsworth.

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