The religion of Islam gives to the parents the care and education of children. However, it is a duty of the state if the parents do not fulfill or fail to fulfill this responsibility. Nowadays, children living in institutional care together with changing social structure are composed of fragmented family children. Man cannot be considered independent from the society in which he lives. Recognizing the belief, culture and moral values of the society that they live in to adapt to the society will make life easier for the individual. Under these conditions, these qualifications which will be learned in the family will be possible with special education for Children in Need of Protection. Especially for the children who have experienced some traumas away from their families and who cannot fight the difficulties of life alone, the healing power of religion is important. In this context, the first step started with the protocol signed between the Directorate of Religious Affairs and the Ministry of Family, Labor and Social Services for the first time in 2007 and was renewed in 2011. The scope of the updated protocol signed in 2018 has been widened and these services are still in progress.
Children in Need of Protection, Common Religious Education, Pres