ChildONEurope

European Network of National Observatories on Childhood

ChildONEurope - the European Network of National Observatories on Childhood - is a technical-scientific body born in 2003 in the framework of the Permanent Intergovernmental Group "L'Europe de l'Enfance".
The partners of ChildONEurope consist of the representatives of National Observatories and National Ministries in charge of policies for children, whereas l'Europe de l'Enfance is composed only by the Ministerial representatives.
ChildONEurope aims to create a forum for discussion and exchange of knowledge and best practices on children's policies, mainly through research and study activities. More...

ChildONEurope News

26th-27th November 2015


ChildONEurope Seminar on
"Childhood policies and fight against poverty"

The conference aims to further enhance the dialogue on childhood policies and the fight against poverty. In this framework, children's poverty is observed as a multi-deprivation phenomenon requiring integrated counteracting policies.
Therefore, the conference sought to carry on the exchange over research outcomes and national policies against this complex social problem. The therme of the conference allows bringing together perspectives from academia, policy-makers and professional partners.

 

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November 26 -27, 2015
Paris (FR)


Childhood policies and fight against poverty: counteracting strategies against a multiple-deprivation phenomenon.

 

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Publications

 
  Survey

Public policies supporting positive parenthood: new policy perspectives

ChildONEurope publications are designed to give added value and to promote the dissemination at EU level of the research activity carried out by the Network.

 

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Survey on the CRC Committee Concluding Observations on the last EU Countries’reports

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Public policies supporting positive parenthood: new policy perspectives
The proceedings of the ChildONEurope Seminar on positive parenthood
Public policies supporting positive parenthood: new policy perspectives
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