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De-institutionalisation and quality…

De-institutionalisation and quality alternative care for children in…

by M. Costa

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The paper aims to raise awareness on the perverse effects of institutionalization on children and it calls for comprehensive system reforms, starting with a transition towards family and community-based care. The UN-Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children clearly speak in favour of such evolution. Eurochild calls for a renewal political engagement to prevent separation of children from their families, to protect the rights of children in alternative care and to improve the quality of the care provided to them.
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