Combatting COVID-19’s effect on children


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The COVID19 epidemic is hurting the health, social and material well-being of children worldwide, with the most affected being homeless children and children in detention. School closings, social separation and confinement increase the risk of poor nutrition among children, their exposure to domestic violence, increase their anxiety and stress, and reduce access to vital family and care services. The education loss caused by school-closures is mitigated by widespread digitalisation, but the poor children are less likely to live in good home- learning environments with internet connection. Increased internet use has led to issues of sexual exploitation and cyber-bully

Children need to have access to good food, protection against child abuse and neglect, and continued access to child physical and mental health services if they are to have a good life. Policies need to support parental employment to fight child poverty

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The ongoing COVID19 pandemic is impacting children, not from a medical viewpoint. The brief is intended to capture some key issues and propose early steps that governments can take to mitigate negative consequences for children. The policy should be focused on reducing risks of physical and psychological harm, and ensuring access to good food and nutrition, and providing immediate care and protection to children in need. Poverty, poor housing and a lack of access to necessary services are some of the things that affect individual outcomes in childhood and later on in life The year 2019:OECD; The year of 2019. The poor children are likely to be hardest hit and their heir life chances are limited unless urgent and comprehensive measures are taken The 2020 edition of theOECD; 2020; 2020

Early evidence shows that children are not the most affected by COVID19. Children can become exposed to the coronaviruses and develop symptoms, but they are usually mildThe box is large 1). Children do not stand on equal footing when it comes to dealing with COVID19. The quality of children’s home environments and the growing inequality in parents’ resources are some of the factors that contribute to the gap between advantaged and disadvantaged children The year 2019:OECD

The COVID19 crisis is changing the lives of children around the world. The policy responses of confinement and social distancing touch on almost every part of the world of children. The effects of COVID19 directly affect formal care arrangements, education and leisure services. More than 1.5 billion children and youth have been affected by countrywide school closings The UNSDG is 2020Poor nutrition, maltreatment, and being exposed to violence at home are all dangers that COVID19 increases. It is critical that we know that the measures will hit some children harder than others. Children living in poverty, children with disabilities, children in out- home care, children in detention, and also refugee children and children at risk of child labour are some of the vulnerable children. The potential for new vulnerable children and the need for support are reasons why countries must prepare

The crisis is evolving in the context of digitalisation. Most children in the industrialized countries are spending a lot of time online. Digital tools like digital devices and internet access can help mitigate some of the effects of the crisis. Digital tools can provide psychological and social support. They help facilitate social interactions among children. The quality of home-schooling and social contacts may be lower than through school or contacts in person, if you use digital tools more. If internet use is more supervised, there can be increased risks of sexual exploitation and cyber-bullying. Increased digitalisation is likely to widen inequalities between children as the poorer children are less likely to have a quiet place in their home to concentrate on their studies and/ or have the tools to access on-line education. The effect of this gap may last. The legacy of COVID19’s will be even more skewed towards advantaged and disadvantaged children if appropriate action is not taken

Can children be exposed to the coronaviruses?

The global COVID19 trends show that children are less likely to be exposed to HIV than adults The report was written by Gudbjartsson and his team in 2020
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Mo and Hu will be in 2020. Some children died from COVID19 in Belgium, China, France and the United Kingdom, but their deaths can be linked to other health problems. There is growing evidence that COVID19 may have a health impact beyond the respiratory system. Early evidence suggests that the disease may be associated with the case of children

Children with the coronaviruses fare better than adults

The reason children are faring better than adults is because they have less Angiotensin converting enzyme II (ACE2) receptors in their lower airways, which is a factor that limits the chance that the virus gets inside of a cell and cause problems Fernandoes, 2020; The year 2020, Pappas. It is possible that children’s immune systems are better able to control the virus, and that they can also eliminate it without causing any other problems. The study of childhood cases in China suggests that children have less chronic cardiovascular and respiratory conditions than older adults Mo and Hu will be in 2020. The transmission of the virus is not known The 2020 edition of Zimmermann and Curtis

Is COVID19 a risk for adverse pregnancy outcomes for pregnant women?


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McCarthy, 2020. The outcomes are based on limited data and it is not clear if they were related to maternal infections

There is no evidence that the infant was exposed to the COVID19 before or during delivery in a few cases McCarthy, 2020; ACOG, 2020. The presumption is that new borns were in close contact with mothers who were HIV positive and that this transmission is different from the transmission from mother to unborn child Chen and his team, 2020

Poor children are more likely to be affected by the COVID19 outbreak


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Children are at risk of suffering from the COVID19 crisis because of poverty

One in seven children grow up in poverty. In a third of the countries, child poverty is less than 10%The figure is a representation of a figure. 1) More than one in five children in the United States, China and India are poor. Poverty and income inequality are related to the extent to which children are exposed to COVID-risks. Poorer families are more exposed to job and earnings losses and are more likely to have children who are less well off. Growing up in a poor neighbourhood increases the risk of catching the virus and being a carrier, experience underlying health issues and reduce the prevalence of vaccination among children The 2020 edition of theOECDIt also affects access to a range of necessities such as good nutrition, quality housing, and space to play or study

Children in poor areas of countries with large income inequalities are more likely to suffer from health, education, and housing issues. People living in poverty often lack disposable cash and can’t easily purchase food in developing countries. In developing countries, the majority of children live in informal sector households with limited access to health and/or social protection through work The ILO and theOECD have a new system for calculating the ILO’s annual income. Hunger, malnutrition, pneumonia and other health-related shocks and stresses contribute to a vicious cycle of disease, destitution and death. Poverty can fuel or deepen the effects of contagion. One cannot fight the COVID19 spread without tackling poverty (Roelen, 2020]). Universal health coverage has become a policy priority in many developing countries, but it is difficult to achieve in low and middle income countries because of the limited public revenues to finance expansion Rim and Tassot are in the same year. More than 116 million children are at risk of missing out on the vaccine for the disease because of the current crisis, as campaigns have been delayed in 24 countries and will be canceled in 13 others The UN News, 2020

The policy response and the downturn in economic activity and employment are likely to increase poverty. Hoy and Ortiz-Juarez are in the summer The year 2020Estimates show that as many as half a billion people, or 7% of the world’s population, could fall into poverty if the negative effects are not mitigated. Vos, Martin and Laborde are related The year 2020 40 50% of the global poverty increase would be concentrated in south-Saharan Africa

Girls in developing countries are at risk of early marriage and teenage pregnancies. 12 million girls are married before their 18th birthday, and 7.3 million births are due to teenage pregnancies each year. The increase in teenage pregnancies was most pronounced in vulnerable communities The UNSDG is 2020
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The UNFPA, 2017:; The UNDP, 2015Increasing poverty is expected to increase rates of child marriage and teenage pregnancies in vulnerable communities. 13 million additional child marriages are projected to be created by the COVID19 pandemic The UNPFA is scheduled to take place in 2020

In the 30 countries of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, teenage pregnancies are less frequent, but still occur at an average of about 11 births per 1000 young women The 2020 edition of theOECD


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The economic downturns have a large effect on child povertyThe box is large 2) Child poverty is associated with parental employment status, with poverty risks lowest for working families and highest for jobless families The 2020[25]) is from theOECD. When employment conditions involve low pay and no access to social benefits and health coverage, work does not immunise against poverty. Almost 40% of American adults would not be able to cover a 400 dollar emergency with cash The Federal Reserve Board is made up of Federal Reserve Board members
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iwakar, 2020The consequences for the children are dire

The fight against child poverty has long-term benefits for society and the economy. Child poverty compromises not only child well-being and development, but also educational outcomes and employment prospects in later life, thus reducing not only the future productive base of an economy but also the well-being of our future adults and society as a whole The year 2019:OECD. It is important that governments intervene quickly to enable family services and child protection systems to function properly and support families and children in the crisis. Poor childhood conditions and inequality are related to the vulnerability to coronaviruses among certain adult populations, be that through working in essential services without adequate protection, living in overcrowded accommodation or having underlying health conditions

It is too early to say if the COVID19 crisis will affect living conditions and well-being of children. The last global economic crisis was different from the previous one. Some observations point to areas for policy priorities

  • Child income poverty rose continuously after 2008 and leveled off in the mid-2010s, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Cantillon B., Chzhen Y., Handa S, are all related; The Thévenon et al., are in the fieldChildren in families with the lowest incomes often faced the greatest fall in incomes The 30th of November is the date of theOECD,

  • The increase in child poverty was linked to a rise in the number of children without access to essential material goods and activities such as adequate housing, nutrition and resources to study or participate in social life The year was 2014, and it was chzhen; The Thévenon et al., are in the field

  • Many countries have taken steps to help families through one-off cash support or tax cuts TheOECD, 2014,; Adema, Ali and Thévenon were present. Canada, France, Greece and New Zealand are some countries that have introduced a greater focus on fighting child poverty The year 2019:OECD; The year of 2019. The crisis will require more efforts

Poor quality housing makes the COVID19 crisis worse

Poor housing quality affects children’s ability to flourish. More than half of all children in Hungary, Latvia, Poland and the Slovak Republic live in overcrowded households, which is more than the European averageThe figure is a representation of a figure. 2). The risk of overcrowding is twice as high for children in low-income households compared to those in high-income households. Children who do not live in households with an income of less than $30,000 a year can face housing-related deprivation due to the quality of their home. In France and Spain, one in five children in poor households have housing problems, including the presence of humidity or mould, and the dwelling is not adequately warm Thévenon et al., 2018). In developing countries where the majority of poor households face poor housing conditions and live in over-crowded spaces, it is difficult to contain and mitigate the COVID19 crisis

The increased risk of poor nutrition is linked to COVID19

Good nutrition from conception to childhood is vital for healthy child physical and cognitive development with long-term effects on adult health outcome and economic self-sufficiency Curly and Almond were published in 2011; The 2016 edition of Hoynes, Almond and Schanzenbach was published; Britto and his team, 2017, 36; Almond, Currie and Duque were mentionedIn times of good economic conditions, many children are not provided with basic nutrition. 20% of children who are poor in Europe lack good quality nutrition, which is three times higher than the rest of the world. One in ten children don’t have access to fresh fruit and vegetables or a vegetarian equivalent at least once a day, and one in ten children don’t have a meal at allThe figure is a representation of a figure. 3)


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The source is the OECD ( 2019)The European Union Statistics on Income and Living Conditions (EU-SILC) survey is used to calculate the calculations The data is available at rec-canada.com/els/ family

Percentage of children in households where at least one child does not eat fruit and vegetables once a day and/or one meal with meat, chicken or fish at least once a day The countries are ranked according to deprivation. The difference between income-poor and non-income-poor children is statistically significant in countries marked with an *

The EU Statistics on Income and Living Conditions are from the European Union The data portal of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development

Many children in low-income families have been exposed to food insecurity and poor nutrition because of the closing of Early Childhood Education and Care facilities. In France and the United Kingdom, access to free or well subsidized school meals is a major plank of policies to combat child poverty. In the United States, students supported by the National School Lunch Program were found to get more than one third of their daily calories from food and drink The story was told in 2009When schools are closed, beneficiary children eat less and consume less food The 2006 edition ofNord and Romig; Morgan and his team, 2019Poor nutrition and home confinement are associated with lower levels of physical activity. This may increase the risk of weight gain for some children outside of the summer months when out of school Rundle et. 2020

Some groups of children have higher COVID19 risks

The effects of the COVID19 pandemic are more severe for some vulnerable children. The number of already existing risks increases in children’s environments as the outbreak challenges the resilience of vulnerable children The box is large 3) And. The number of protective factors is reduced

One in six children living in a single-parent household are likely to be more affected by containment measures than other children, and this is because of a number of reasons. A majority of children in this family situation are cared for by a single parent who is working and still looking after the children while still having access to informal or formal child care during confinement. This will leave a lot of children with weak supervision and will increase family stress and tensions. The fact that there is only one parent in the household makes it vulnerable if the parent gets sick from the virus

One-third of single-parent families in the OECD are poor compared to less than 10% of two-parent families The 2020 edition of theOECDSingle-parent families have an income that depends on the child alimony received from the absent parent and will likely increase in times of economic crisis Mincy, Miller and De la Cruz Toledo were all involved in the project

A growing number of children with separated parents are in shared custody The year is 2019: (OECD, 2019)Children can be at risk of being anxious and emotional insturment if access arrangements are disrupted because of confinement measures, which can cause conflict between parents. Extreme cases can be when a single parent working in the health sector who is exposed to the virus sees his or her children taken away from their home and given to the other parent by a court decision (Twohey, 2020])

Child maltreatment

The COVID19 outbreak has led to a rise in child maltreatment1 Adding to the factors that contribute to household poverty, overcrowded housing, social isolation, intimate partner violence, and parental substance abuse is a way to do that The year 2019:OECD. In some families, COVID19 can cause stress to reach toxic levels. Research shows that excessive or long-term stress responses can have a negative effect on children’s health and development The year was 2014, and it was Thompson; The center on the developing child is at Harvard University. COVID19 will create more need for support for families who are already struggling. Families who were able to cope well in normal circumstances might now need support

Some countries in the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development have increased levels of risk for vulnerable children and families Women’s safety in New South Wales, 2020; The 2020[50]) is the year that Grierson will be born. There is no comparative data on child maltreatment in the industrialized countries. Gilbert and his team In 2009, ) Estimates are based on data for a limited number of countries that show that 4% of children are physically abused each year, one in ten children experience neglect or emotional abuse, and 510% of girls and 15% of boys are subjected to penetrative abuse over the course of childhood. The crisis is likely to increase the incidence of intimate partner violence in the home The 2020 edition of theOECDEstimates on childhood exposure to intimate partner violence range from 1428% to 221%, with research suggesting that households with intimate partner violence are twice as likely to contain children The year 2019:OECD

The effectiveness of child protection systems is compromised by the COVID19 outbreak. Child protection workers have to work with vulnerable children and families in a less face-to-face environment. Less frequent contact means less monitoring of children. Child protection providers in some countries have reported a decrease in the number of concerns for children’s safety The European Social Network is scheduled to be launched in 2020. It has made it more difficult for children to get access to justice The authors of the article are Davidson et al; The OHCHR and WHO are in 2020Delays and border closings increased the number of children who were deprived of their libertyThe box is large 4)

Children are deprived of their liberty when placed in a public or private custodial setting, and are not allowed to leave at will by any judicial, administrative or other public authority. ” The UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights was established in 1990; The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child is in existenceNowak ( 2019) Approximately 160 000 to 250 000 children are in care centres and prisons around the world on a daily basis, and an estimated 1 million children are held in police- custody every year. Nowak ( 2019) Children in detention are more likely to be in poor health than those who are not

The challenges these children face are worsened by the COVID19 outbreak. Children in confinement are more vulnerable to the COVID19 disease than the general population due to the cramped conditions in which they live The WHO Regional Office for Europe is in 2020. The high concentration of people in the same space can act as a source of infectious diseases within and beyond the facilities The WHO Regional Office for Europe is scheduled to open in 2020; The OHCHR and WHO are in 2020. Conditions that foster the spread of COVID19 include crowded detention facilities that lack access to nutrition, healthcare and hygiene services

If the outbreak and the associated containment measures have a negative effect on the number of staff and quality of care, then children deprived of their liberty are at a heightened risk of experiencing neglect, abuse and gender-based violence The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action and the UN are two organizations that deal with child protection. In many cases, the facilities are far away from the children’s families, homes and communities. This contributes to more anxiety and emotional distress for these children and their families. Children who contract the virus in a facility may face stigma The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action and the UN are two organizations that deal with child protection

Children are in out-of- home care

The alternative care system in general and out-of- home care in particular present great challenges. The number of children in out-of- home care is small in the industrialized world. In most cases, children are placed in family-based foster care or residential care. The share of children placed in either system varies by country The year 2019:OECD

The restrictions introduced due to COVID19 pose particular difficulties for children in out- home care. Children in out-of- home care have additional care needs due to difficult family circumstances and accumulated disadvantage prior to their entry into care The year 2019:OECD. Up to half of children in out-of- home care meet the criteria for clinical-level mental health difficulties, and another 25% have difficulties approaching this level Tarren-Sweeney was published in 60They are among the lowest performers in educational outcomes. Young adults have a disadvantage in the labour market The year 2019:OECD

Home confinement and school closings can increase the level of pressure and anxiety felt by children in general, but some effects may be stronger in children in out-of- home care and increase the risks of placement breakdowns. Increased risks of leaving care placements and heightened bouts of challenging behaviours are potential difficulties. Foster carers and residential units are not easy to manage. They occur when access to therapeutic and social work services is disrupted. School is no longer a good source of respite for the family of children with high needs. Difficulties for children who are unhappy in current placements will intensify

The COVID19 crisis has disrupted face-to-face family contact between children in out-of- home care and birth families. Children are stressed out by disruptions and it is problematic in the long term as family contact helps to keep family together and helps children manage their worries about birth parents. It is beneficial for children’s well-being and placement stability when managed well Atwool, 2012[61])Facilitating family contact through digital platforms is not always possible as a lot of birth parents don’t have smart phones The 2020 EPIC is

The risks associated with COVID19 affect the availability of care and the ability of service providers to meet children’s care needs. New considerations for family-based foster care include protecting the health of family members present in the household and reduced support from extended family and support services. Foster carers are more likely to be older than birth parents and have a higher risk of COVID19, as they are more likely to be over the age of 65 Qu, Lahausse and Carson were involved in a case. Increased staff absences, space constraints due to social isolation and reduced support from educational, social work and therapeutic services are new challenges for residential centres. The State secretariat for child protection in France estimated that the number of child protection workers who missed 20 40% of work in the weeks after home confinement was introduced Stive, 2020

Children in homeless families

In recent years, homelessness among families with children has risen in several countries The 2020 edition of theOECD. Between the years of 2014 and 2018, homelessness among families with children in Ireland almost doubled The year of 2019: (OECD, 2019). In the United States, families with children made up one-third of the homeless population The US Department of Housing and Urban Development

Children in homeless families are already facing challenges. Poor physical and mental health and lower educational outcomes are included The year 2019:OECD. Children in homeless families are at greater risk of having COVID19 problems. They have higher rates of asthma, respiratory illness and infectious disease than the general child population. Poor nutrition and overweight people are more common The Royal College of Physicians Ireland

Children in homeless families will have challenges in keeping safe. Parents face more challenges in reducing children’s risk of contracting the virus. If parents are living in emergency shelter and hotel rooms, they will experience intense pressure to keep their children safe and to use safe shared kitchen and bathroom facilities. Self-isolation will not be possible in the case of a family member falling ill. Second, parents will find it difficult to home school their children in small spaces, where stress is high, and where they are more likely to be uneducated. Third, the diet of children in homeless families can be very poor and COVID19 will make it harder for homeless children to get school lunch The year 2019:OECD. The reduction of social support services to homeless families will be due to confinement measures that have led to the closing of playground, respite centres and other facilities

Children with disabilities

The well-being of children with disabilities is challenged by the COVID19 outbreak. It has caused stress and disruption to the lives of children who thrive on a normal routine. Children with disabilities may need special support to adjust to the changes

Children with disabilities are more likely to miss out on school during school closings. The suitability of remote learning depends on the ability of the school to provide tailored tuition. Learning loss can be higher for children with disabilities during school breaks Kerry and Davies, 1998. Some families with higher needs could be pushed into crisis by disruption to their respite care placements. The presence of a sibling with a disability in the home will affect parents ability to meet the new demands of home school for other children and to manage family stress

At a time when children with disabilities and their families are adjusting to big changes in day-to-day life, COVID19 is disrupting access to therapeutic supports. Many children with disabilities receive supports to help them cope better at school and at home. These children would need more help to build and maintain routines. Many families don’t have the information they need to know about available services and assistance (Hunt, 2019)It is problematic in a period of widespread confinement Hale, 2020

Children are at risk of being forced to work

The COVID19 crisis may have reduced the demand for labour, but it may also have increased the supply of child labour. Around one in ten children were engaged in child labour in 2016 and nearly half of them were in hazardous work The year 2019: (OECD, 2019)

Children in poor communities are less likely to participate in home learning during school closings because their parents may not be able to afford school- fees. Without social safety nets, child labour will increase, which will lead to an increase in extreme poverty Thévenon and Edmonds are here

The efforts to combat child and forced labour made over the past decade could be in danger. It is important that countries have legislation prohibiting child labour and adequately resource labour inspectors to work effectively. Governments have a key role to play in supporting companies to conduct their business in a responsible manner

Children in migrant families

One in five children in the 30 countries of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development are foreign born. The children are particularly vulnerable. Almost half of all children in immigrant households live below the poverty line, compared to just over one-third of native households. France, Italy and Spain are some of the countries with the highest incidence of relative povertyThe figure is a representation of a figure. 4)

The overcrowding rate in the entire Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development is more than twice as high for immigrant households as for native-born households. Immigrants are overrepresented in indicators of poor housing conditions in some of the hardest-hit countries, such as Italy and Spain

Immigrant parents are more vulnerable in the current economic environment because they have less stable jobs, and they could be negatively impacted by the current economic situation. The undocumented may not have access to health care. Some countries have provided special waivers for basic and emergency health care services

In European countries, a third of immigrants have little or no knowledge of the host country’s language. This makes it difficult for them to support their children in home school because of the lack of access to relevant information. In the EU, where a high percentage of immigrant adults have low levels of primary education, parental support in school is more difficult

The weighted average of 26 countries is referred to as the OECD-Total

Indicators of Immigrant Integration, published by the Paris/European Union It can be found in the following places:

13 million child refugees, including the majority of developing countries, are represented. Those who reside in crowded settlements in countries with little or no formal education are excluded from social protection and may not be able to obtain a more secure status because of movement restrictions The UNSDG is 2020. If a parent becomes sick or isolated, a large number of children will be pushed into a vulnerable situation, which will increase the risk of separation from their families

People under the age of 18 who are accompanied by a parent or guardian are termedccompanied minor The UNHCR was established in 1997. They are vulnerable and need protection. Most arrive before or after the age at which school is no longer compulsory, but have little or no formal education The 2016 edition of theOECD). Many people who are not pursuing further education but have taken up employment are more prone to not find employment in the current situation. The impact of a long spell of lock up on their skills and psychological well-being depends on the guardian structure, which can vary from foster homes and families to collective structures. Those in collective structures will be more vulnerable on many accounts

Mental health issues and confinement for children

Good mental health early in life is important to good mental health later in life. Mental health problems are the most common disease among young people, and mental ill-health is at least as prevalent among young people as it is among adults The 2015 edition of theOECD; The year of 2018Half of severe mental illnesses begin by age 14 and three quarters begin by the mid 20s, as poor mental health emerges early in life Kessler and her team, 2007,; Kessler and his team, 2007,10% to 20% of children and adolescents experience mental disorders worldwide The WHO, in the year of 2018). The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation estimates that the prevalence of mental disorders in people under the age of 20 was 12% in the year of 2017The figure is a representation of a figure. 5)

The stress and uncertainty associated with the COVID19 outbreak could have a negative effect on children’s mental health. Children are being impacted by the increased anxiety about the outbreak, confinement and other measures, as well as uncertainty about high-stake final school exams. There is limited evidence on the impact of the outbreak on children’s mental health Theew Research Center is scheduled to open in 2020; The 2020 International Fight for the Preservation. A survey of college students in China showed an increase in anxiety Cai et al., 2020, In a poll of 2,095 under25 year olds Existing The United Kingdom has a high rate of mental health problems Young Minds, 2020

Quarantine measures and school closings can reduce children’s mental wellbeing when the outbreak lasts for a long time. Evidence from previous emergencies, for example during the 2003 SARS outbreak in Canada and China2Increased anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder are caused by confinement Sprang and Silman, 2013); The 2004 report was by Hawryluck et al; The group of Brooks et al. Increased social connectedness via online or digital platforms will help mitigate some of the negative effects of isolation and confinement, but these effects are likely to be more widespread with COVID19

There is a risk that the outbreak will have a greater effect on the mental health of children from low socio-economic background. The relationship between deprivation and mental ill health is well documented McDaid, Hewlett and Park were both present; The European Union and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development are both part of the European Union. The outbreak will have a knock-on effect on other factors that contribute to poor child mental health, such as poverty, poor parental mental health, and exposure to stressors

The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation is a source The year of ( 2018)The Global Burden of Disease is a collection of resources The resources for the year of 2017:

The delivery of child and adolescent mental health services is in serious trouble because of the COVID19 outbreak. Many services face some kind of disruption due to social distancing measures and the redeployment of staff vance 2020. School closings make it difficult for children with mental health difficulties as schools are a common site for mental health interventions McDaid, Hewlett and Park were both present

Children from vulnerable households are more likely to face obstacles to learning at home

Parents are important for children’s home learning

The COVID19 epidemic disrupted school in most countries around the world, with over 90% of the world’s students affected The UNESCO, 2020. Education systems in many countries are discussing how to reopen schools. They must prepare for the possibility of school closings due to new waves of disease

Children’s education becomes more dependent on their home environment when schools are closed. The quality of the physical home environment and access to on-line facilities are issues that need to be addressed. It requires time, availability and social capital of parents to supervise children’s learning if schools don’t have the capacity to provide distance support. A lack of familiarity with subject matter may be a barrier for parents with low- education who want to help older children

Children from poor families lose one month of learning during the summer Alexander, Entwisle and Olson were all present; Allington et al. Children from advantaged families don’t generally experience this learning loss and can make learning gains during this period. The current period of confinement is likely to widen the disparity if disadvantaged children and their families are not given additional support

Extending confinement will make existing stresses and inequalities worse The 2020 edition of theOECD, And. There will be a number of issues raised when schools and centers re-open. The habit of going to school and concentrating on learning will be broken for some students, so this may need deliberate effort to rebuild student engagement and avoid increases in school drop-out. Children who have health issues or experienced domestic violence will need special support

The early years are critical for children’s learning. This is even more true when children don’t have access to early childhood education and care or school, and when online or even televised learning is not adequate for their stage of development. The activities that parents and their children do on a daily basis are related to learning. The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (2020) It shows that children do better when their parents read to them almost every day, and that they have back-and-forth conversations with them

These activities help children develop their social-emotional developmentThe figure is a representation of a figure. 6Their cognitive skills include emergent literacy. The gap between children from different social-economic groups may have widened with the COVID19 outbreak, as parents from low socio-economic background are less likely to do learning activities with their children

The quality of the home learning environment is important to the continued learning of school-aged children. Many parents are unfamiliar with the educational programmes and their content. Almost 10% of 15-year-olds who took the PISA tests reported that their parents were not very interested in or supportive of their school work, which is a sign that some parents are distant from their children’s school work

The quality of housing and technology

The dimensions include housing quality and technology. The divide between advantaged and disadvantaged children is widening The figure is a representation of a figure. 7 The average of adolescents have access to a desk and a quiet place to study, and the majority of children have access to a desk and a quiet place. The average of the top and bottom quartiles of the index of economic, social and cultural status is 10 percentage points lower for adolescents in the bottom quartile. In Mexico, the United States and Chile, adolescents are most likely not to have a desk or place to study at home. In the United States, the inequalities are widest in households with the lowest socio-economic status, where only half of adolescents have a desk and place to learn

Children whose parents read to them between five and seven days a week had higher mean social-emotional scores than children whose parents read to them less. Estimates of the effect of reading after accounting for socio- economic status were carried out in England and the United States

The PISA index of economic, social and cultural status is a way to estimate a student’s socio-economic background. The index is based on several variables related to the students family background, including parents education, parents’ occupations, a number of home possessions that can be taken as proxies for material wealth, and the number of books and other educational resources available in the home. The index is a score derived from the indicators. Students are divided into quartiles based on their position in the distribution of the escs scores in their country

The countries are ranked based on the availability of study spaces. The difference between the 1st and 4th quartile children is statistically significant in countries with an *

The source is the OECD The year 2020. ) The data is based on the PISA The data portal of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development

While schools are closed and students are forced to study at home, access to a computer and the internet is important to engage in communication with class and groupmates as well as receiving feedback and instruction from teachers. Digital learning is at risk of widening learning gaps. AlthoughThe figure is a representation of a figure. 8) shows The average of adolescents with access to a computer and the internet is 89%, but only about 80% of children in households in the lowest socio-economic status group have this access. In Mexico and Turkey, a small percentage of adolescents in the lowest income households can engage in e-learning at home. In some homes, devices may need to be shared between parents and siblings. Technology alone does not guarantee learning. Digital skills are required to use technology. The divide between advantaged and disadvantaged households is still there, and it is found that parents who are more confident in their own abilities and their children’s digital skills are more likely to encourage and be able to guide the digital activity of their children

Due to confinement measures, parents with higher levels of education and higher income are more likely to be able to telework or arrange their working time to spend time with their children, which is likely to increase inequalities across children’s learning

The availability of computers and internet at home is ranked. The difference between the 1st and 4th quartile children is statistically significant in countries with an *. The notes give information on the PISA index of economic, social and cultural status The figure is a representation of a figure. 7. The relatively low score for Japan is due to the relatively low rate of student with access to computers for schoolwork, and the fact that they have access to the internet The 2020 edition of theOECD

The source is the OECD The year 2020. ) The data is based on the PISA The data portal of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development

The implications of COVID19 for children in the digital environment

The proportion of 15-year-olds with internet access at home in the 30 countries of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development increased by 98% by 2015 The year 2017: (OECD, 2017)The age of first use is dropping as younger children use digital technologies Hooft Graafland, 2018,Many pre-schoolers are familiar with digital devices before they read Hopkins, Brookes and Green, 2013). Children are enthusiastic users of social media sites, apps, and chatrooms where they share their personal data and user-generated content. The digital environment allows children to express themselves, acquire information, knowledge and socialize with peers. Some cognitive benefits may be promoted by watching ageappropriate, high quality programming. The use of co-viewing can enhance infant attention and their propensity to learn (Gottschalk, 2019)Digital tools can be used without supervision, which can cause risks to children’s health and well-being.

Children are exposed to digital technologies more than usual because of COVID19. Access to the digital environment is essential for children’s education, socialisation with peers, play, entertainment and self-expression. Policymakers will need to address two major concerns I) Ensuring that all children have access to digital technologies so that they can exercise their rights I Increased use of digital technologies may cause increased risks

There are downsides and risks to the digital environment for children. Increased activity in the digital environment may lead to increased exposure Content is risky For children. Content risks include pictures, words, videos, games, symbols and even songs. Children are troubled by a wide variety of harmful or illegal content, such as pornographic pop-up advertisements, unpleasant or scary news or pictures. Children may be exposed to misinformation about COVID19 that can cause them increased anxiety and fear Livinsgtone, 2020Children can have different interpretations of what makes a news outlet reliable The 2020 edition of theOECD

Children in peer-to-peer exchanges can be vulnerable because of their own conduct O’ Conduct risks And Contact risks3 Such as cyberbully could be a problem The World Childhood Foundation is a charityIt concerns children who are perceived to be at greater risk of catching or spreading COVID The World Childhood Foundation is a charity. Children may engage in sexting if there is a lack of physical social interactions during the crisis. Sexting can cause a lot of problems for the creator of the content, as well as the social and legal aspects of it The year of 2019: (OECD, 2019)

The risk manifestations have the potential to have an adverse effect Girls than boys . A study has found that boys who accept traditional gender stereotypes are more likely to share sexts with girls who do not. Girls who share sexts can be seen as violating gender norms and giving up the right to their pictures. Sexism and gender stereotypes were found to be a significant part of the culture of sharing Johnson and others. The year of 2018, al. Girls may experience more cyberbullying than boys and could be more disturbed by certain aspects of it, including comparison with others and comments about appearance (Ducharme, 2019)

Sexual exploitation Also increases The 2020 edition of ECPP International; The FBI, 2020; The National Crime Agency is in 2020. Sextortion is a type of exploitation in which the perpetrators threaten to expose or share a sexual image to blackmail the victim into doing something. There is a growing demand for child sexual abuse material on the internet, both through open networks and over the dark web The 2020 edition of ECPP International. The livestreaming of sexual abuse has been a rising phenomenon in some communities The World Childhood Foundation is a charity

Children can be exposed to increased risk due to the COVID19 crisis, as there is a lot of personal information processed and shared Privacy risks. Online platforms that use video conferencing services for educational purposes can lead to inappropriate data collection and privacy violations. Children’s privacy can be at risk due to the collection, use, reuse and disclosure of personal data (Hye Jung Han, 2020]). The merging of for-profit platforms and business models with public education raises serious privacy concerns Livingstone, Stoilova and Nandagiri are included in this article. Social networking platforms and apps that are used for teacher-student interactions might not have strong privacy and data protections The World Childhood Foundation is a charity

The amount of time children spend in the digital environment may expose them Health and wellbeing risks. The mental and physical health of children is related to excessive social media use TheOECD, 2018,[77Recent research shows that social media can make children with depression worse Rich, 2019It has been found that girls are more affected by it than boys. The study showed that the amount of social media use was related to the symptoms of depression more for girls than for boys The Royal College of Psychiatrists will be in 2020. The evidence base is still emerging and there is an urgent need for good quality research on the health and wellbeing impacts from digital technology use Burns and Gottschalk, 2019 Children who are vulnerable offline are more likely to be vulnerable in the digital environment and are more likely to report harm due to risks they have encountered in the digital space Bulger and Livingstone were both in the same year; The UN’s children’s agency, the UN, 2017,; Kardefelt-Winther, 2017:; Burns and Gottschalk were published in 2019. It is difficult to establish causality, as children who already suffer from anxiety or depression are more prone to digital overdependence The year of 2019: (OECD, 2019). Moderate use allows children to realise the benefits of the digital environment, whilst both too much use or no activity in the digital environment can have a negative impact on children The Weinstein and Przybylski case was brought in the year of 2017:This applies to both genders Burns and Gottschalk, 2019

Policy challenges and responses are what they are


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The response can only be effective if all levels of policy action are involved, and that is if the affected populations are co-ordinated and widely publicised. Local authorities are key to complement national assistance and tailor support to local needs, as they are able to redeploy staff from public services and child protection systems to cope with emergency situations. Family service providers play a crucial role in connecting measures with children and families who need them, identifying the needs of the populations concerned, communicating about available assistance and giving practical advice, as well as fostering exchanges between families, professionals and experts in order to develop the most appropriate responses

The COVID19 crisis has caused a high demand for support services. It is important that community needs are identified quickly and efficiently in order to reduce pressure on the health and care systems. A resource directory can help identify gaps in services and funding by showing an outline of the eco-system of services in a community. Families can use system-mapping to find services quickly. An updated map can help improve the daily availability of goods and services. It is technically adaptable and Agile HelpseekerIn parts of Canada, it is used for information and systems mapping regarding social services. Policy makers can use a framework for allocating resources. Civil society partnerships with non-profits, charities, businesses, volunteers, faith sectors and social enterprises are important to communicate with the community about supports and needs

Food assistance strengthened

Immediate is required for COVID19 Food and nutrition support is reinforcement, Poor families can’t afford to buy food because school meals are no longer available. Many countries are providing social and income protection to help families purchase food. Some countries have food assistance programmes. In the United States, there are many food assistance programmes for vulnerable families The supplement nutrition assistance programme is for people with food allergies The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for people with Special needs is also known as the food stamps programme Women, infants, and children The WIC is a word. The gateway to health care that the WIC provides is a variety of resources, including dental care, smoking cessation, drug and alcohol abuse, and nutrition assistance

The US The Families First Coronaviruses Response Act is in 2020
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TheFRAC, 2020. The Families First Coronaviruses Response Act 2020 allows states to waive requirements for new applicants for food assistance to reduce the amount of information that must be verified Fns, 2020. Food vouchers have been introduced in other countries. In France, the government has earmarked 15 million dollars to help 60 000 people buy food or basic goods at more than 220 000 sales outlets. It is delivered by NGOs to clients who need it the most The Fondation Abbé-Pierre is located in France, Secours Catholique is a language, Emmaus, The Red Cross is a charity And Secours Populaires. The NGOs that operate food banks are running special appeals to cope with the increased demand

The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation suggests a number of other measures that countries could adopt to help people meet their food and nutrition needs TheFAO, 2020. Redistributing food from school feeding programmes through donations to NGOs engaged in providing food assistance during the confinement period, exempting families with school-age children from taxes on basic food and promoting fresh food delivery at home are some of the measures included. Family service providers can be used to connect people with community response efforts to the COVID19 Pandemic. The organization in Canada called the Spark has established a platform where people can post volunteer opportunities and share ideas on how to help populations in need The park will be open in 2020

Legislation is needed to consider all informal economy workers in developing countries as essential service providers and avoid disruptions in the food economy. In South Africa, essential staff that are not home-bound include those involved in food transportation and delivery. International cooperation can play a critical role in supporting a smooth functioning of global food value chains and directing humanitarian assistance to countries that may need it

  • Social and income protection benefits can help families purchase food

  • If you can help families who normally benefit from free or discounted meals at school while schools are closed, consider introducing e-vouchers

  • During the school-closure period, give resources from school feeding programmes to agencies that provide food assistance

  • The delivery of emergency essential food ration to vulnerable communities and territories should be improved

Supporting children that need protection

Family support and child protection services need to be present in the homes of vulnerable children. Ensuring workers are informed on safe practice during COVID19 is one of the things this involves. For example The United Kingdom is a country Children at risk of coming into care, or children with special education needs, are included in the provisions for children of essential workers

Raising supports to children in out-of- home should be a priority for countries. There are measures to identify foster families in need of respite breaks and to plan for older carers in case of illness. In New Zealand is located in the Americas, Oranga Tamariki is a language The national child protection and youth justice agency has developed online resources for caregivers to help them understand and respond to children’s stress responses. Procedures for the disappearance of young people from care placements have been updated to reflect current risks

Online support is being created to help reduce isolation and stress in the care of children and young people. In Ireland The organisation Empowering People in Care has a helpline that it can reach out to young people who are vulnerable

Mental health problems are pre-existing in some vulnerable families Mental health and addiction services Both children and parents. To support parents in their role as caregivers and to notify child protection services of any concerns for children’s well-being, need to be sustained

Children with separated parents may experience conflict between their parents over alimony payments and custody arrangements during confinementThe box is large 3). Family mediation services and agencies help deal with non-payment of child alimony and remain vigilant regarding noncompliance with the agreed child custody and alimony arrangements

  • Child maltreatment, including online sexual exploitation of children, should be strengthened

  • The police, health and family support services should be strengthened to respond to needs of the most vulnerable children. If necessary, create child protection plans and put in place procedures for sharing information. Home visiting and safety checks on children and families most at risk are not disrupted if front door child protection services are maintained

  • Contribute to the education of vulnerable children by extending the hours of essential workers

  • The extension of aftercare provisions for young people still in education or training is one of the things that the government wants to increase

  • Foster families in need of respite breaks, the identification of foster families in need of contingency care for children living with older foster carers, and the provision of support and information on helping children through COVID19 are some of the things that the government wants to increase

  • When feasible, consider the health and safety of children who must remain in detention facilities

  • The police and other service providers should be better equipped to respond to family and intimate partner violence. Increase capacity of domestic violence refuges and maintain in operation telephone help-lines, web chat and emergency sittings of family courts. Allow home confinement for victims of violence

Defending mental health problems and buffering the social impacts of confinement for children and adolescents

Many countries and international organizations are taking steps to safeguard the mental wellbeing of children and young people during the COVID19 outbreak, for example by issuing basic guidance for parents and caregivers on how to talk about the outbreak with their children in an age-appropriate way which lowers anxiety The WHO, 2020; The 2020 report is byLiu et al; The CDC, 2020; The National Health Service, 2020; Beyond Blue, 2020; Rapa and Stein are in 2020; Public Health England will be in 2020. Guidance focuses on supporting children when they show stress or distress, to find positive ways to express their feelings, and to maintain contact with their parents and peers if they are separated

The countries of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development are also taking steps Children and young people living with mental health difficulties have access to services Many services have moved online to provide teleconsultations, and some have taken a proactive approach to consulting with all children and families on their service lists. Service providers are taking steps to assess COVID19 related risks before they have any contact with someone. The online sessions on stress management and relaxation techniques on the internet are part of the Jigsaw project

Family service providers can connect different services to the population. For instance Helpseeker In Canada, there are webinars to bring together organizations and share experience about good practices The Help Seeker will be in 2020 Helpseeker Peer-to- peer health checks are provided in order to prevent a mental health crisis, as well as collaborative work between volunteer agencies and mental health provincial services HelpseekerAlso organisation such as that The person is called a CASA The Child, Adolescent and Family Mental Health provide assistance through interactive webinars with experts to help parents and children cope with mental health issues The legislation for the year 2020 is called the Causa

  • Children and young people living with mental health problems should have access to services

  • Support NGOs that provide on-line services for young people and parents with children who are facing mental health issues

Ensuring continuity of learning and helping parents with their education

Many school systems transitioned to digital and distance education as schools closedThe box is large 5) Existing online distance courses have been used by countries. In systems without widespread access to the internet, education has been delivered via television and radio. The widening of the gap in educational outcomes needs to be limited by measures for children in disadvantaged families


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Helping parents to put in place quality tutoring or teaching sessions is important for parents who are not very involved in their children’s school work. Schools and teachers should do this

Information and feedback should be shared

It is important for parents to keep in touch with their children at all times, and to support learning at home

Specific material and support for teachers

It is recommended that children with families that do not have the necessary means to access distance learning be provided with special assistance

In Estonia, all learning materials are online and on paper. Many schools have used digital version in the past and don’t need any extra help. The early stages of the Pandemic gave parents guidance on how to support their children in distance learning

In France, a continuity of contact between students and teachers is maintained. The teachers should make use of existing networks to ensure that students have access to course materials and are able to carry out the homework or exercises required for their learning

In Israel, parents can access a dedicated online portal through which they can access learning tasks and digital content based on the national curriculum. National lessons daily broadcasts by k12 teachers provide for both Arabic and Hebrew speakers

In Latvia, distance learning guidelines give advice to school leaders, teachers and parents on how to organize and adapt the learning process to the distance mode, how to modify the parents learning programme, and how to ensure the well-being of all teachers and pupils. They suggest some available tools

The source is the OECD (2020])A framework to guide an education response to the Covid19 pandemic

Not all schools and teachers have adequate distance learning resources to meet the demand for guidance and support. Many NGOs provide family and parenting support services and can be used to help more disadvantaged children and families

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Many countries are reopening their schools
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Ensuring the safety of students and staff

Tracking learning during school closings to assess where children are, and ensuring and supporting the well-being of children as they return to the new normal are some of the first challenges facing schools. They must prepare for the possibility of staggered or rolling closures over the next 18
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  • Ensuring safetySchool buildings must be kept clean and air quality maintained

  • Assessing progress and the impact of learning lossesDiagnostic formative assessment of all students will be needed to plan and organize their learning. Learning support will be needed for vulnerable people. Efforts to address learning loss must avoid traps for the disadvantaged

  • Ensuring well-beingMany students will experience emotional distress from the Pandemic. Some students did not have physical activity. Student mental and physical health needs to be supported in the return to normal life

  • Flexible work arrangements can allow parents to support their children at home

  • There are resources for distance learning. If internet access is limited, use other modes of delivery

  • Support teachers with training resources on how to teach using digital tools, as well as encourage access and use of digital collaborative platforms that allow teachers to share their resources and give and receive peer feedback

  • Good communication between schools and parents is needed on what parents can do to support learning at home, on children’s learning and on activities families could develop during their free-time

  • Provide support and materials for students who are experiencing emotional distress during school closings. This can be targeted to help students maintain healthy schedules and learning hygiene, as well as to help students who have lost close relatives or have been victims of domestic violence

  • Provide support and learning resources to children who are disadvantaged. This involves keeping in touch with children who are less advanced in their learning, distributing digital devices to families who cannot afford electronic devices, and providing educational material to families who don’t have internet

  • Provide support to immigrant parents who may not have the necessary language skills or social network to get help

  • For the return to school, evaluate the status of learning and identify learning gaps. Specific learning support can be provided to students lagging behind

  • Ensuring good balance between academic, socio-emotional learning, and psychological health is a priority for the curriculum focus

  • As children return to school, parents need to be reassured that their children are safe. Community plans should be developed to ensure adequate learning accompaniment in systems where classes will be smaller and less frequent

Ensuring the wellbeing of children in the digital environment

The actors that make up the COVID19 pandemic must take co-ordinated actions to support children in enjoying the benefits of the digital environment while protecting them from its potential risks. It is more important than ever to provide children with the right digital skills and tools to address risks as children spend more time on line due to the COVID19 crisis

Parents, caregivers and educators can play a role in evaluating and preventing harms to children, but they need tailored support to play a protective role during this crisis. Digital literacy, skills, and competency are essential to this end. Strong digital literacy skills are essential for children to be able to critically analyse the content that they are consuming Livinsgtone, 2020; The World Childhood Foundation is in 2020

Children face conduct and contact risks in the digital environment and will likely face increased exposure to such risks, including those related to sexting, cyberbullying, or sexual exploitation, governments and digital service providers will need to consider taking actions to protect children from abuse in the digital environment. The COVID19 pandemic has increased the likelihood of sexual exploitation of children in the digital environment The FBI, 2020 Appropriate legal protections will be even more important for children at risk. The Child Helpline is a domestic-based service that children can use to get help

An abundance of children’s personal information is being collected, processed, shared and stored in schools and health settings. Ensuring that children’s privacy and personal data is protected is essential for their well-being and independence and to ensure that their needs are met in the digital environment

Policies and actions need international collaboration to be effective. The Recommendation of the Council on the Protection of Children Online was adopted by the countries of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development The 2012 edition of theOECD
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  • Make sure that no child is left behind if you support children’s access to the digital environment. Take actions that are tailored to accommodate developmental differences, and reflect that children may experience different kinds of access to digital technologies based on their social and economic circumstances and the level of parental and carer engagement during the COVID19 pandemic

  • Promote multi-stakeholder dialogue between parents, caregivers, and children

  • Foster co-operation and positive engagement in policy making and the development of practices for children in the digital environment

  • Provide information and guidance to help parents, teachers and caregivers educate their children about the benefits and risks of the digital environment

  • Make sure children and their parents are aware of their rights in the digital environment. They should take measures to ensure they can access the mechanisms for enforcement of their rights

  • If children need assistance due to activities in the digital environment, make them aware of available support services, such as hotlines, helplines and awareness centers

  • Digital literacy skills of children are an essential tool in the digital environment

  • Children have privacy and personal data. Emergency governmental measures in response to COVID19 requiring the collection and use of children’s personal data should be limited to the emergency period and subject to necessary and proportionate safeguards

Efforts to combat child poverty are stepped up

A deep recession is likely because of the negative impact of COVID19 Children can be hit hard by poverty. Many countries have taken early action to protect jobs, support struggling companies and limit the loss of income experienced by different categories of workers who experience job-loss or reduced working hours, and extended paid sick leave among a greater group of workers with care responsibilities The 2020 edition of theOECD. These actions are critical to the rise in child povertyThe box is large 2The most effective protection against poverty is parental employment The 30th of November is the date of theOECD,

Working from home It is not possible for all workers to help their parents during confinement The 2016OECD,, And. It may not be feasible for a long time. teleworking poses challenges to parents with young children and single parents who need to allocate a lot of their time to care for their children

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The year 2020 There are options to help workers in the policy options Families deal with unforeseen care needs Austria, France, Italy and the Netherlands offer alternative care solutions that include working parents in essential services. The countries that offer direct financial support to workers who use paid leave to care for children and who also have parental leave entitlements give one year of employment-protected leave. In Sweden, parents can use 96 days of parental leave for their children in the age group 4 to 12 if they choose, as a result of the flexibility in leave legislation. Many countries have extended access to family or emergency leave or the right to care for a family member during school closings in response to the COVIC_19 outbreak

The countries are making sure that families can If they can’t cover rent, mortgage or utility payments, they should stay in their home Due to a job loss. . The United States, the Slovak Republic, and the United Kingdom have introduced temporary deferments of mortgage payments. Other measures include temporary reduction of rent payments. France has made hotel rooms available to the homeless during the lock down to help them shelter in place

Many families have been exposed to economic shocks. Emergency has been introduced to give families more money. Extra support is provided by local governments. The City of Paris has earmarked an exceptional budget of 3.5 million to support low-income households. The rates are based on the canteen prices for children Caisse nationale d’allocations The bank accounts of households.

The crisis will make children vulnerable. Lessons learned in the aftermath of the crisis should be used to develop resilient and crisis-proof child policies, data and service infrastructures to support families and children

  • Strengthen measure to maintain parental employment by promoting telework and flexible working time, extending leave entitlements and short-time work schemes, for a full range of options to support workers during the COVID19 Pandemic The 2020 edition of theOECD)

  • Help families with children by suspending evictions

  • Targeting families in extreme poverty first is what income support is for

  • Single parents should be supported to combine work and family life

  • To help families find access to the services they need, make use of community-based information and system mapping services

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The MPs called for action over the expected rise in child sexual abuse during the Pandemic The Guardian is a newspaper, The call for action over expected rise in child sexual abuse during the coronaviruses-pandemic is from The Guardian On 17 April 2020 you can view it

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F. Brookes and L.Hopkins wrote about the implications of new knowledge for children’s early literacy learning The journal of early childhoodThe second edition of, Vol. 38/1, pp. There are two days in 23 and 28

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The person is Hye Jung Han Protect kids privacy in online learning as schools close, The schools close over the coronaviruses to protect the kids’ privacy online

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The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation is a nonprofit organization The resources of the global burden of disease, The resources for the year are available at http://www.healthdata.org/gbd/ On 20 April 2020 you can view it

M. Johnson and her husband, M. et al Sharing of sexts is not a con, The full report on sharing of sexts can be found at mediasmarts.ca

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Kerry and B. Davies wrote about summer learning loss Support for learningThe 13/3 issue of the journal was titled “118-122.”10.1111/1400-9604.00

Kessler and his associates reviewed recent literature on the age of onset of mental disorders Current opinion on Psychiatry, Vol. 20/4, pp. , http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/YCO.0b013e32816eBC8c

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Livingstone, M. Stoilova and R Growing up in a digital age means children have access to data and privacy online, The Evidence Review is a project that examines children’s privacy online

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McCarthy, A The documentary COVID-19 and children. The Harvard Medical School, The news about covid 19 children is from the Harvard University On 14 April 2020

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Mincy, D. Miller and E. De la Cruz Toledo wrote about child support compliance during economic downturns Children and Youth Services are reviewedThe vol. 65 is pp. 127-139The child youth journal was published in 2016

The analysis of the school health research network/health behaviour in school-aged children survey in Wales was done by Morgan, K. and her colleagues The International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health is a journalThe second edition of, Vol. The article was published on 16/7Ierph16071107

The National Crime Agency will be up and running in 2020 The National Crime Agency says 300,000 children in the UK are at risk of being sexually abused, The Nationalcrimeagency.gov.uk has a news story about online safety at home

The National Health Service (2020), Staying at home with the coronaviruses can help look after your mental wellbeing, Coronaviruses-covid-19-staying-at- home-tips is a topic that is covered in every mind-matter On 23 March 2020 you can find it

M. and K. Romig wrote “Hunger in the Summer” The journal deals with children and povertyThe 12/2 issue of the journal was pp. 141-15810.1080

M. Nowak, is available for comment The United Nations studied the rights of children and found that they were notprived of their liberty, The UN Global Study on Children Deprived of Liberty was published in 2019 On 17 April 2020 you can view it

The framework to guide an education response to the COVID-19 Pandemic of 2020 was published by the OECD Theoecd-ilibrary.org has a view of the article On 17 April 2020 you can view it

The OECD will be in 2020 Better data and policies to fight homelessness in the world. Brief on affordable housingParis,OECD Publishing Homelessness-2020 is acd On 16 March 2020 you can find it

The OECD will be in 2020 Child poverty is a CO2.2 topicThe family database of the OECD Thedatabase.htm is on therec-canada.com On April 16 2020 you can view it

The OECD will be in 2020 The students are back to school, The educationspotlights.com is a website that provides information on trends shaping education On 22 April 2020 you can view it

The OECD has a book called “COVID-19: protecting people and societies”, Tackling the coronaviruses is contributing to a global effortThe publishing division of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development Theoecd-ilibrary.org has a view

The OECD will be in 2020 A study of five-year-olds in England, Estonia and the United States on early learning and child well-beingParis,OECD Publishing It is possible to download a file called “/10.1787/3990407f-en”

The OECD will be in 2020 The data portal of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, The data is available atrec-canada.com/els/child-well-being/ On 10 April 2020 you can view it

The OECD will be in 2020 The draft Recommendation on Children in the Digital Environment is from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development,

The OECD will be in 2020 The family database of the OECD, Thedatabase.htm is on therec-canada.com On 9 April 2020 you can view it

The OECD will be in 2020 The age of mothers at childbirth and age-specific fertility are in the database, Thedatabase.htm is on therec-canada.com On 11 December, it was available

The OECD will be in 2020 Supporting people and companies to deal with the COVID-19 virus is one optionParis, the OECD Theoecd-ilibrary.org has a view On 9 April 2020 you can view it

The OECD will be in 2020 The fight against COVID-19 crisis is being led by women, Theoecd-ilibrary.org has a view of the story On 22 April 2020 you can view it

The OECD is in the year 2019 Changing the odds for vulnerable childrenParis,OECD Publishing The article is titled “A2e8796c-en.”

The OECD is in the year 2019 The draft overview is about recent developments in legal framework and policies for the protection of children,

The OECD said how we can help stop child labourPolicy Brief on Child Well- Being, the international organization for industrialized countries How can we help stop child labour?

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The OECD is in the year 2019 The Policy Workshop on Enhancing Child Well-being was held by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, The policy workshop is about child well-being On 9 April 2020 you can view it

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The OECD is in the news again All children should be treated equally. Policies should adapt to changing family living arrangements, The policy brief on treating all children equally was published in 2019

The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is in the news this week Children and young people have mental health issuesParis, the OECD Children and young people’s mental health is in the digital age

The 30th of June is the 30th of the year of the OECD Poor children in rich countries need policy action, the international organization for industrialized countries Poor children in rich countries policy brief

The OECD was formed in 1997 The PISA results are about students well-beingPISA, Paris The article is titled “Poison of the Docket.”

The OECD is a body of people Background brief on how flexibility in the workplace can help balance work and family, Be Flexible Backgrounder is a film about flexibility in the workplace

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The Protection of Children Online: Recommendation of the Council of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, was published in 2012 Childrenonline with cover is a movie

The European Union and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development are both included in this The health of Europe in the EU cycle is being looked atParis/European Union, Brussels, is a publishing house The healthglance.eur is a publication

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The OHCHR and WHO will be in 2020 The interim guidance says to focus on people who are loyal to their liberty, The Interim Guidance on COVID-19 is for people who are deprived of their liberty On 17 April 2020 you can view it

O’ Brien, Livingstone and McLaughlin were all involved in the project Final recommendations for research, EU Kids II is a research on EU Kids Online. EUKidsOnline II reports D7. PDF

S. Pappas will be in 2020 Scientists figure out how new coronaviruses break into human cellsLivescience How Coronaviruses-infects-cells is a video on livescience.com On 14 April 2020

The psychological toll COVID-19 may be taking on Americans is being explored by the Pew Research Center The research center is run by the Pew Research Center, People are financially affected by the break On 8 April 2020 you can view it

A large-scale test of the Goldilocks hypothesis was conducted on the mental well-being of adolescents The journal was published in October of 2016 and has adoi/10.1177/0956797616678438

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Rim and Tassot wrote about the lessons from the universal health coverage initiativeThe papers from the OECD are about development policyThe Paris office of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development published No. 20 The article is titled “bae641e2en.”

K. Roelen, 2020 Poverty Unpacked explores the issue of coronaviruses and poverty, We can’t fight one without tackling the other On 8 April 2020 you can view it

The Royal College of Physicians Ireland The impact of homelessness and inadequate housing on children’s healthThe Royal College of Physicians of Ireland has Faculties of Public Health Medicine and Paediatrics

The Royal College of Psychiatrists will be inaugurated in 2020 Technology use and the mental health of children and young people, The college report is available at: www.rcpsych.ac.uk/college-reports

Rundle and her colleagues studied the effects of school closings on the risk of weight gain among children There is an increase in the rate of Obesity, p. The article is titled “Oby.22813, http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/oby

The SPARK will be implemented in 2020 Help people affected by COVID-19, The video is available at www.sparkontario.ca On 10 April 2020 you can view it

Posttraumatic stress disorder in parents and youth after health-related disasters is a topic that was covered in the article Disaster medicine and public health preparationThe 7/1 issue of the journal was pp. 105-110The mp3 was released on 10.1017

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The study looked at rates of change in the mental health of children in long-term out-of- home care Child abuseThe second edition of, Vol. 72, pp. 1-8 There is a PDF titled “S2.0-S014521341730 2570/main” On 1 October, it was available

The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action and the UN are two organizations that work to protect children Children are deprived of their liberty, The report states that children and children are deprived of their liberty On 17 April 2020 you can view it

O. and E. Edmonds wrote about child labour. ”The papers are about social, employment and migrationThe No. 235 is from the Paris office of the OECD Publishing The article is titled “F6883e26-en.”

The trends, irrducive and policies to tackle child poverty in the OECD are discussed in this article. ”The papers are about social, employment and migrationNo. The publishing division of the Paris-based Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development The article is titled “C69de229-en.”

Thompson wrote about stress and child development. , The future of childrenThe second edition of, Vol. The 24/1 edition of the paper. 41, http://Future of children is a website On 19 June, the website was updated

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The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child is currently working The general comment was about children’s rights in the justice systemThe UN Treat Body Database The website has a download page for the treatybody On 17 April 2020 you can view it

The UN News (2020) Millions of children around the world are at risk of being isolated from their parents due to the threat of COVID-19 isolation, The story was published on April 10, 2020 On 17 April 2020 you can view it

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The UN Children’s Fund (Unicef) is in the news this year The state of the world’s children in 2017: children in a digital world, The UNICEF has a publication called “101992.”

UNPFA (2020) The interim technical note was about the COVID-19 Pandemic on Family Planning and Ending Gender-based ViolenceUNPFA The UNF PA has a resource that contains a brief on the impact of the COVID-19 On 30 April 2020 you can view it

The US Department of Housing and Urban Development is responsible for housing The annual homeless assessment report is sent to congress, The documents are available in the files athudexchange.info The website was updated on 21 June

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The WHO (2020) Helping children cope with stressWHO,Geneva Help children cope with stress-print.pdf is a document On 23 March 2020 you can find it

The WHO is in this year Mental health for children and adolescents, The Mental Health Department at WHO has a section on Maternal-child and childadolescent health On 8 April 2020 you can view it

The WHO Regional Office for Europe is scheduled to open in 2020 Interim guidance on prevention and control of COVID-19 in prisons and other places of detaining, Preparedness-prevention-and-control-of-COVID-19-in-prisons.pdf is a file On 17 April 2020 you can view it

Women’s Safety New SouthWales (2020) , A new domestic violence survey shows the impact of COVID-19Media release The impact of covid-19 on the rise was shown in a new domestic violence survey On 17 April 2020 you can view it

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1 Child maltreatment is defined as physical, sexual and emotional neglect, regardless of the intent. Exposure to intimate partner violence is considered a form of child maltreatment in some countries The year 2019:OECD

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