Resources related to Children at Risk / General Information: LINKS
- UNICEF – The State of the World’s Children 2000
- The Consultative Group on Early Childhood Care and Development
- Street Children in Romania
- Beyond Welfare – Measuring and Monitoring the State of Children When we do collect data and information on the state of our children the question should be asked: What do we measure and by what means? This paper calls for a new concept of children well being. It stresses the need to reshape the field of measuring the state of children by adapting it to new shifts and trends.
- What in the World is Going On? Strategic Trends Affecting Children This assessment is written to support organizations working on behalf of the world’s children as they do strategic thinking.
- Correct Motivational Factors for Work with Children at Risk A talk by Steve Bartel of YWAM, Cambodia
- Categories of Child Development
- Children of War
- Children’s Rights: Has Anyone Got it Right? (Draft) This paper sets out to give some historical bckground and contenporary developments to children’s rights and outlines three perspectives that inform these instructions.
- Compassion – How to Respond to Child Sponsorship No Good
- International Project on Indicators of Children’s Well Being
Asher Ben-Arieh is director of the Center for Research and Public Education at the National Council for the Child in Israel.
- Key Components of child Development: A Christian Perspective
Tomkins lists as key components of child development the following: growth and nutrition, health and immunity, cognition and educational achievement, social and relational attitudes, self esteem, lilfe skills, spirituality.
- Promoting Girls Participation in Development
- The Child in Context – Factors that Optimize Development
- What is Holistic Child Development
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by Asher Ben-Arieh, Israel National Council for the Child, Natalie Hevener Kaufman
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