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“Not my crime, still my sentence” Video produced by Probacja

COPE recently collaborated with Ewelina Startek (project manager, Probacja Association), Sebastian Juszczyk (director, (Www.juzzmedia.com), and Mateusz Przyłęcki (art direction) to create a powerful film, telling the story of four children affected by parental imprisonment. It uses real-life voice recordings of … Continue reading

Czech Helsinki Committee (CHC) attended Children of Prisoners (COPE) Webinar „Mitigating Uncertainty for Children: From pre-trial procedures to the COVID-19 pandemic“

On 3 June 2021, the Czech Helsinki Committee representatives attended the Children of Prisoners (COPE) online conference “Mitigating Uncertainty for Children: From pre-trial procedures to the COVID-19 pandemic.” The webinar explored uncertainty and its impact on children. For children, the … Continue reading

Child Rights Connect – Joint Focus submission on the CRC’s draft General Comment on “Children’s rights in relation to the digital environment”

On November 20th, 2020, Child Rights Connect shared about its joint focus submission to the draft General Comment of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC) “Children’s rights in relation to the digital environment” made in collaboration … Continue reading

Child Rights Connect – Promoting the inclusion of a child rights-based approach in the Business and Human Rights treaty negotiations

On November 12th, 2020, Child Rights Connect published an article about the negotiations on a business and human rights treaty that took place at the end of October 2020. Thanks to the cooperation between the network, its members, and its … Continue reading

The COVID-19: Call to action to protect vulnerable families and children in alternative care across Europe

The COVID-19 pandemic, and the accompanying measures put in place to control it, are having a dramatic impact on some of Europe’s most vulnerable children, families and communities, compounding structural weaknesses in child protection and welfare systems. In the long-term, the socio-economic impact of … Continue reading

Conference ‘Keeping Children Connected’ – Progress and Parental Imprisonment: A Child’s Perspective

The conference will take place on Friday 8 June 2018, at the Geoffrey Manton Building, Rosamond Street West, Manchester M15 6EB. This pan-European conference, hosted by POPS (Partners of Prisoners and Families Support Group) and in partnership with Children of … Continue reading

The Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe has adopted the Recommendation and Explanatory Memorandum on children with imprisoned parents

Throughout 2017, COPE worked closely with the Council of Europe’s Council for Penological Co-operation (PC-CP) to draft a Recommendation and Explanatory Memorandum on children with imprisoned parents. We are very pleased to announce that the Committee of Ministers of the … Continue reading

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