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Events :: Достъп :: The National Network for Children presented Report Card 2022

The National Network for Children presented Report Card 2022

Edition coverSofia, April 28, 2022

The National Network for Children (NNC) presented its eleventh annual report "Report Card 2022: What is the average success of the state in child care?" on April 28, 2022, from 10.30 am simultaneously in Sofia and 5 cities in the country - Ruse, Varna, Silistra, Plovdiv and Yambol.
In Sofia, the presentation was in the hall of the Alma Alter Theater-Laboratory, Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski". The presentation was attended by authors and experts from the National Network for Children, children from the Youth Network "Megaphone", representatives of institutions, government agencies and commissions, MPs, representatives of UNICEF for Bulgaria. The event was broadcast live on the NNC Facebook page
The Report Card is the only independent report of its kind that assesses the progress of public policies for children through fact-based analysis in 9 areas: Child Participation, Child Welfare, Family Environment and Alternative Care, Protection from All Forms of Violence, Child Justice, Early Childhood Development, Child Health, Education, Sport, Culture and Leisure. It also includes specific recommendations for the future work of the state and institutions.

PresentationAuthors of "Report Card 2022" are 30 experts from civil society organizations and 7 external evaluators. BFPA took part in writing of the chapter on Healthcare. Through the conducted surveys, 160 children, young people, parents and professionals, as well as the children-reporters from the National Eurochild Forum were involved in the formation of the assessments and recommendations. The government received an average of 3.18 for 2021, and the health sector - an average of 3.17.
It is especially gratifying for the BFPA team that the film Poverty, part of our “Eyes Peeled! Zero tolerance for the sexual exploitation of children" campaign was shown during the event.
The focus of Report Card 2022 is the topic of crisis management and how the COVID-19 pandemic, the political crisis in 2021, the socio-economic situation and the war in Ukraine affected the social protection system in Bulgaria. Special attention is paid to the European Child Guarantee as an instrument of the European Commission to eradicate generational poverty and increase the welfare of children.
The publication in 2022 is dedicated to Kapka Panayotova - an evaluator of ten consecutive reports, activist, friend of the NNC and zealous defender of the rights of people with disabilities.

 

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Events :: Достъп :: The National Network for Children presented Report Card 2022