Keep them SAFE – Conference for Unaccompanied minors in Cyprus
CARDET with the support of the Hope for Children and the Mediterranean Migration Network organizes on Wednesday, 6th of November ((08:30 – 13:30 ) at the Classic Hotel (El Greco hall)
SAFE closing conference in Brussels, Belgium
The SAFE project held their closing conference in Brussels, Belgium on 29 October 2019. At the conference, SAFE partners presented country specific key deliverables, as well as disseminated the project’s policy recommendation paper titled “Ensuring the best interest of the child and family unity in the Dublin process”.
Ensuring the best interest of the child and family unity in the Dublin process
The SAFE project has compiled a policy recommendation paper titled, “Ensuring the best interest of the child and family unity in the Dublin process”.
Introducing: SAFE Supporting unAccomompanied children with Family-based care and Enhanced protection
Gap Analysis and Needs Assessment Report
SAFE’s partners British Red Cross (BRC), Danish Red Cross (DRC), KMOP and CARDET identified the main objectives and methodologies in producing the gap analysis and need assessment in the four countries during the kick-off meeting.
Development meeting in Copenhagen
SAFE’s partners met on 15-16 May 2018 for the second time in Copenhagen and was joined by two members of the Danish national advisory board.
Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for Greek professionals
As part of the SAFE project, KMOP has developed an SOPs guide for the Greek professionals aiming to present mainly the following: The legal framework on foster care at national, European and international level.
The British Red Cross held SAFE’s UK dissemination conference in London
The British Red Cross held SAFE’s UK dissemination conference in London earlier this month, with very positive feedback.