Resources

Eurochild produces policy briefings, working papers and reports on a variety of issues that affects the lives of children.

These policy briefings are produced by the Eurochild secretariat, often in collaboration or in consultation with the membership. The policy papers offer guidance to policy makers, researchers, professionals working with or for children.

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Children’s Rights Are Better Understood In Political And Public Life

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Ending Child Poverty & Social Exclusion

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Ending Institutional Care For All Children

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Prioritising Early Childhood Development

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Children’s Rights Are Better Understood In Political And Public Life

Eurochild wants to see greater recognition and understanding of children’s rights in the political and public domains, both at EU and national levels. Children can’t vote, but they have a key stake in Europe’s future. Realising children’s rights means to acknowledge and strengthen the role children have in shaping the world they live in.

Eurochild works with the EU institutions to ensure that children’s rights are visible in different policy portfolios. We contribute to crucial policy frameworks such as the EU strategy on the rights of the child and the EU Action Plan for the Pillar of Social Rights. We work together with our members to ensure recognition and respect for children’s rights at national level.



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Resources

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27 June 2022

Italy's Child Guarantee National Action Plan - An overview

2021 was a turning point in the fight against child poverty, with the launch of two landmark initiatives, the EU Strategy on the Rights of the Child and the European…
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20 May 2022

Statement - War in Ukraine: Putting Children First

War is never compatible with childhood. Eurochild’s vision is that every child grows up happy, healthy, confident, and respected as an individual in their own right. Europe is experiencing a…
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20 May 2022

How can we support children fleeing Ukraine?

Eurochild has published two new pieces of analysis to support efforts by the EU and the Ukrainian government to ensure the care of children arriving from Ukraine unaccompanied, separated from…
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28 February 2022

Resources on the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine

The Eurochild Secretariat has decided as a team to adapt our course of action, given the current situation in Ukraine. Therefore, we are putting together a list of useful resources…
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22 February 2022

Eurochild position on the European Care Strategy

Eurochild welcomes the announcement by the European Commission to develop a European Care Strategy, and the commitment by the Council of the European Union to ‘promote active and healthy ageing,…
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9 February 2022

Countering Anti-Child Rights Movements in Europe: The Need for a European Mechanism

Anti-rights groups are non-state groups that position themselves as part of civil society but attack fundamental and universal human rights. They typically campaign against the rights of excluded groups –…
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