Academic outputs

List of books on family support workforce skills recommended by WG4

Our colleagues from WG4 Ana Pereira Antunes, Irena Avirovic Bundalevska and Makedonka Radulovic have created a list of 5 recommended reading about workforce skills in family support as a result of the systematic review on books and handbooks they carried out in 2021

Evidence-based family and parenting support evaluation strategies: The position of EurofamNet

A review of books and handbooks related to the workforce skills in family support

The Use of Information and Communication Technologies in Family Support across Europe: A Narrative Review

Child and family support policies across Europe: National reports from 27 countries

Systematic review of Family Support workforce skills: conceptualization, process, and findings. Research report

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The conceptualisation and delivery of family support in Europe: A review of academic literature

This document presents a review of recent academic literature which considers the ways in which formal family support is conceptualised, developed, and delivered in the European context.

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Workforce Skills in Family Support: A Systematic Review

The article developed by EurofamNet WG4 “Workforce Skills in Family Support: A Systematic Review” has been published.

It is aimed to promote the understanding of family support as value-based practical approach and to inform about service delivery, professional education, research, and policies by using a common set of concepts.

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Special issue

'Family Support in the European Context' has been published. This work was prepared by an informal group of scholars, practitioners and policy makers who met initially under the auspices of UNESCO in Paris in 2015, stablishing the foundations of the Action proposal that later on was successful and joins us today.

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Family Policy and Child Well-Being: The Case of Montenegro in the European Perspective