Publikacije

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application/pdfRefugees at the W. Balkans Regional Overview Jan.-Aug. 2017Data and Trend Analysis (DATA) Refugees and Migrants at the Western Balkans Route Regional Overview, covering period January - August 2017, describes key trends in migrations in the region, detailing information about the number of people on the move, demography (age, sex, country of origin, etc), behavioral patterns, and routes in use - with a focus on children, particularly unaccompanied children.08/05/20191MB
application/pdfПрактикум за обукусудија, тужилаца, полиције, социјалних радника и других професионалаца о теми сузбијања присилног и штетног рада дјеце на улици у Босни и Херцеговини Министарство за људска права и избјеглице БиХ уз подршку Save the Children.13/05/20141MB
application/pdfEmergency relief for vulnerable flood-affected familiesAfter the 2014 floods that caused extensive damage in Bosnia and Herzegovina, one of the projects Save the Children implemented was “Emergency relief for vulnerable flood-affected families in Bosnia and Herzegovina” implemented in partnership with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). The project was implemented in Brčko District and Orašje and Šamac municipalities. A total of 19,580 persons benefited from the project implementation, including 7,255 children. Out of the total number of beneficiaries, 11,758 are internally displaced persons (IDPs) from the past conflict. In this brochure you can find more details about the project and photo stories of beneficiaries.20/04/20151MB
application/pdfDjeca u pokretuZbornik radova sa tematskog sastanka Mreže pravobranitelja za djecu Jugoistočne Europe, Ured pravobraniteljice za djecu Republike Hrvatske u saradnji sa Save the Children, veljača 2014.18/03/20141MB
application/pdfHajde da zaista pomognemo!SAŽETAK POLITIKE: Konkretni koraci za zaštitu ‘’djece u pokretu’’ u Evropi19/01/20171MB
application/pdfBiH Children’s Manifest: Don’t Neglect Our Needs!The organisations, members of the Child Protection Working Group – World Vision BiH, Save the Children and Hope and Homes for children, together with the NGO Coalition Stronger Voice for Children, gave children the opportunity to state their views on schools they attend, parks they play in, roads they walk on the way home and communities they live in. Children shared their views in the form of letters to decision makers in positions of power. Through analysis of over 200 letters from children who live in Banovici, Banja Luka, Bihac, Brcko, Istocno Sarajevo, Kalesija, Kladanj, Mostar, Pale, Sarajevo, Tuzla, Zenica, children's responses have been grouped in four categories - Home and family, School, Community and Environment.03/10/20181MB
application/pdfManifest djece u BiH: Ne zanemarujte naše potrebe!Organizacije članice Radne grupe za zaštitu djece, World Vision BiH, Save the Children i Hope and Homes for children i članice Mreže Snažniji glas za djecu su u toku 2018. godine podržale su djecu različitih uzrasta iz cijele Bosne i Hercegovine u pripremi poruka za predstavnike/ce političkih stranaka i koalicija koje se kandiduju na predstojećim izborima. Poruke su zasnovane na prioritetima koje su sama djeca prepoznala kao važne u sredinama u kojim žive, te o kojima žele razgovarati lično sa predstavnicima stranaka. Poruke djece su zajednički predstavljene u Dječijem manifestu: Ne zanemarujte naše potrebe! Analizom 200 pisama djece koja žive u Banovićima, Banja Luci, Bihaću, Brčkom, Istočnom Sarajevu, Kalesiji, Kladnju, Mostaru, Palama, Sarajevu, Tuzli, i Zenici, odgovori su podijeljeni u četiri kategorije – Dom i porodica, Škola, Zajednica i Okoliš. 01/10/20181MB
application/pdfMladi i djeca u sukobu sa zakonomSpecijalni izvještaj Bosanski jezik Oktobar 2012.11/11/20131MB
application/pdfThe child’s right to quality careReview of the implementation of the United Nations Guidelines for the alternative care of children in western Balkan countries12/09/20141MB
application/pdfRefugees at the W. Balkans Regional Overview Oct.-Dec. 2018Data and Trend Analysis (DATA) Refugees and Migrants at the Western Balkans Route Regional Overview, covering period October - December 2018, describes key trends in migrations in the region, detailing information about the number of people on the move, demography (age, sex, country of origin, etc), behavioral patterns, and routes in use - with a focus on children, particularly unaccompanied children.08/05/20191MB

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