Top Tips in Ending the Institutionalisation of Children
Georgette Mulheir, Lumos CEO, offers her expert advice on how to approach the DI process.
Our Global Training and Advisory Service team provides a wide range of technical assistance to countries around the world. While many of these programmes are customised for the individual needs of a country or organisation, we also provide publicly available Lumos training resources that you can watch or download below.
The Knowledge Portal is a collection of resources from a variety of organisations that focuses on preventing children from being separated from their families. The portal has been created as part of The Atlantic Philanthropies-supported Knowledge Transfer Project, in collaboration with the UNESCO Child and Family Research Centre at NUI Galway and the UNESCO programme at Pennsylvania State University.
The Virtual Study Visit resources have been developed for professionals who are involved in the transition from institutional to community and family-based care.
The videos below are password protected and used for professional training purposes. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access.
Easy-Read and Easy-to-Read resources are written for young children and for children with early reading skills. They are designed in an easy-to-read format that is also accessible for people with intellectual disabilities.