This guide has been prepared for policymakers and those who need to learn more about deinstitutionalisation for children.
Persisting widespread discrimination, intolerance and hatred across the EU threatens to marginalise and alienate many minority group members who otherwise feel largely attached to the country they live in and trust its institutions. These findings emerge from a major repeat survey by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA).
The National Network for Children supports the proposal, changing the model to finance social services for older persons and people with disabilities. The State and local authorities have a key role to regulate policies, but we would like to propose new role, responsibilities and duties allocation of social sector participants and to precise the private providers’ inclusion.
This questionnaire aims at gathering evidence on de-institutionalisation (DI) and quality alternative care for children, making a link with the European Structural Funds. There are 10 questions in total. If the information requested is not available within your organisation, you can just skip a question and move to the next one. You are not necessarily expected to reply to ALL of them!