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Ending the institutionalisation of 240,000 children across Latin America and the Caribbean


Today, Lumos and the British Embassy in Panama brought together global and regional child protection experts to discuss strategies to tackle the institutionalisation of children ...

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In Our Lifetime: How Donors Can End The Institutionalisation Of Children


A report highlighting how donors can end the institutionalisation of children.

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Funding Haitian Orphanages at the Cost of Children's Rights


This report presents an overview of the pattern of foreign donor support to children in Haitian orphanages, the estimated flows in financial and other support ...

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Conference report for 'In Our Lifetime: Global Conference to End Institutionalisation of children'


Report of the conference, hosted by Lumos, which brought together bilateral and multilateral donors, NGOs, Foundations and Experts, to discuss how to end the institutionalisation ...

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An analysis of the financing of the deinstitutionalisation process in Bulgaria


The 2015 report looks at the strategy and finances required to work towards deinstitutionalisation in Bulgaria. The financing of the reform is in itself complex, ...

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Dollars & Sense – Supporting Children Outside of Family Care


This report highlights the critical gains the US government’s international assistance has made in protecting children and ensuring their right to family life. At the ...

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Empowering Children and Young People with Disabilities to Improve Responses


This report focused on the activities carried out by children and young people from the Club for Healthy Changes within the project “Empowering Children and ...

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Short Term Foster Care: Results of a survey among short-term foster carers carried out by Lumos


Report based on extensive research into short-term foster carers. The Lumos team, including social workers, substitute-family-care experts and an experienced social care researcher, prepared a ...

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Children in Haiti: from institutions to families


This report, was distributed 26 June 2015, at the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour (MAST), for a high-level seminar focusing on the challenge of ...

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Ending institutionalisation: Moving from an institution to a community


This report shares outcomes of a group of 1,292 children and young people with disabilities who have transitioned out of large residential institutions (institutions) into ...

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Ensuring access to treatment for children with hydrocephalus


This report provides a summary of work undertaken by Lumos - together with governmental authorities, international partners, local medical professionals and families - to ensure ...

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The Time is Now – Ending Institutionalisation of Children Globally


Introductory report into institutionalisation covering the problems of institutional care and the potential of orphanages and residential care to negatively impact the lives of children. ...

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Orphanage Entrepreneurs: The Trafficking of Haiti’s Invisible Children


This report provides a succinct summary of the scale and shape of abuse and trafficking in Haiti’s orphanages and key recommendations for stakeholders to incorporate ...

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Annual Report and Accounts 2015


An overview of the Annual Report and Accounts from 2015 - 2016. The report includes an overview of Lumos' achievements and a foreword from Lumos ...

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Lumos Annual Review 2014


Analysis of progress, campaigns and advocacy, financial review and achievements accomplished in 2014. In addition, an overarching vision is presented for the future work of ...

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Lumos Annual Review 2013


Analysis of progress, campaigns and advocacy, financial review and achievements accomplished in 2013. In addition, an overarching vision is presented for the future work of ...

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Lumos Annual Review 2012


Analysis of progress, campaigns and advocacy, financial review and achievements accomplished in 2012. In addition, an overarching vision is presented for the future work of ...

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Annual Report and Accounts 2016


An overview of the Annual Report and Accounts from 2016 - 2017. The report includes an overview of Lumos' achievements and a foreword from Lumos ...

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Is the global child protection community prioritising family care?


Lumos, the international children’s charity founded by J.K. Rowling, has welcomed the publication of an authoritative international survey of scientific evidence proving that life in ...

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The Children Behind the Wall


The fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 exposed the vast numbers of children who had been kept within institutions in countries that had previously ...

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Putting Child Protection and Family Care at the Heart of EU External Action


Globally, an estimated eight million children live in institutions because they are poor, have a disability, or belong to a marginalised group. More than 80 ...

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