CRS – Children Rough Sleepers

CRS – Children Rough Sleepers

CRS – Children Rough Sleepers
Implementation period: 01.01.2013 – 31.12.2014
Assistance program: Daphne III
Project number: JUST/2011/DAP/AG/3022

Project description:

CRS – Children Rough Sleepers: A Study Relating to Children Rough Sleepers who are Runaways & Homeless and Victims of Sexual Exploitation/Abuse & other Violence on the Streets and Development of Knowledge Transfer Activities that Improve Services & Policies to Support & Protect these Vulnerable Children

To examine the incident of children running away from home as a result of domestic violence and sexual abuse and to offer them comprehensive assistance and give essential support for dealing with such children.

The results of the project

  • report of the research on the causes of homelessness of children experiencing violence, sexual exploitation or abuse,
  • a guide for people dealing with such children,
  • conferences and informational materials about homelessness amongst children and effective methods of prevention,
  • an educational program designed to provide efficient support for such children.

Target group

Homeless children fleeing from their homes because of experienced violence, mistreatment or abuse, aid institutions, decision-makers in the area of social policy, scientists involved in social issues.

Institutionslogo crs

  • University of Wolverhampton (UK),
  • Communicate NGO (Czech Republic),
  • International Child Development Initiatives – ICDI (Netherlands),
  • Communicate NGO (Czech Republic),
  • Conversas de Rua Associacao (Portugal),
  • CCRESS Ltd. (UK),
  • Romanian Society for Lifelong Learning (Romania),
  • AGreenment Association (Italy),
  • Euro Coop (Slovenia),
  • Simetrias (Spain),
  • Regional Social Welfare Resource Centre (Hungary).




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With financial support from the Daphne III Programme of the European Union.
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