This publication focused on the perspectives of the children in question. In particular, the question of the extent to which the needs and desires of the children are being respected and incorporated into the process was investigated. This is an explorative study based on an empirical analysis of ten child-protection cases stemming from five of the...
refugee, trauma, intergenerational, families
Disclosure and silencing: A systematic review of the literature on patterns of trauma communication in refugee families
How should parents deal with their traumatization communicating with their children after flight and torture? The article gives an overview of relevant scientific research on this question.
familialism, care policies, family
This article is the summary of a Habilitation about the consequences of care policies on households and families in four Western European states.
Child care worker, Nursery Care, Teacher
For a job in early qualification not only formal qualifications are required.
Kinderrechte, KidsRights, UN-Convention
The KidsRights Index is the annual global index, which ranks how countries adhere to and are equipped to improve children’s rights. The ranking is based on five domains that are necessary for promoting the implementation of children’s rights.
Venues, children and youth services, educational system, primary school
This article gives an overview of the different venues of early education in Germany.
participation, globalization, education
What does this growing multiculturalism imply for the future of countries in Europe? “Education is at least one of the most powerful tools for successful integration and participation” says Professor Marcus Hasselhorn, who spoke in front of the Arraiolos Group, which includes all non-executive heads of state of the EU. The speech on education a...
German kindergartens aren’t for crybabies. While U.S. preschoolers practice their ABCs, their counterparts in German kindergarten, age 3 to 6, head into the outdoors to learn to get dressed, prepare meals and go to bed—all without their parents.