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With an article by the Center for Education for Enterprise Support in Poland and two recent online articles from The Huffington Post, this marks the last of the Children Rough Sleepers project newsletters. Our December issue reports on the CRS November conference in Poland and on the recent conference hosted at the European Parliament
Once more we remind our readers that this month’s newsletter is the last one before the upcoming CRS CONFERENCE hosted by the project consortium at the European Parliament in Brussels on December 10 and the POLICY ROUND TABLE discussion of 11 December, held in the same city at Aloft Hotel.
Our October newsletter is the penultimate issue before the upcoming CRS CONFERENCE hosted by the project consortium at the European Parliament in Brussels on December 10 and the POLICY ROUND TABLE discussion of 11 December, held in the same city at Aloft Hotel. The conference speakers will include Italian MEP Cécile Kyenge,
Our September issue begins with a socio-demographic overview of homeless people in Poland. Then from our Slovenian partner Eurocoop, Eva Srdoč reports on a presentation by Deputy Human Rights Ombudsman Tone Dolčič on categories within child homelessness, which was delivered at the country’s March 14 CRS Conference.
Our August newsletter takes a look at the situation of Children Rough Sleepers in Bucharest. Sent us by the Romanian Society for Lifelong Learning, the article reports on the findings of surveys conducted among a sample group of young people who live upon the streets of the capital.
In our July newsletter, the CRS consortium’s lead partner takes us through the research methodology the project is following in studying the phenomenon of rough sleeping children in Europe. Then as head of our study team, Professor Kate Moss of the University of Wolverhampton’s Criminal Justice Department goes on
Our June newsletter has the CRS consortium’s Portuguese partner discussing the situation of minor homelessness and rough sleeping in Portugal. Conversas de Rua Associação reports in this issue on related social effects generated by the current economic crisis at home, especially underscoring the high price which runaway and rough sleeping children are forced to
Our May issue of the Children Rough Sleeper’s project newsletter lists various findings concerning homelessness among minors in Hungary as well as some related reflections. We also take a look at a debate developing in the Czech Republic around how to meet recent challenges emerging in institutional care facilities which cater to young users.
In this April issue of our Children Rough Sleepers’ project newsletter we take a look at valuable, first-hand input as it is provided by various young rough sleeping minors in Budapest via interviews conducted by the project’s Hungarian partner. Elżbieta Szczygieł of the Centre for Education and Enterprise Support then presents CRS statistics for Poland
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This month we bring you research findings from our international team of partners. Our articles include a report by Criminal Justice Prof. Kate Moss which summarizes the current situation of rough sleeping minors in eight EU countries. Our CRS Research Coordinator in Toledo, Angeles Diaz of Simetrías