Ensuring the rights of child victims of violence to justice, protection, and recovery in Bulgaria by supporting multidisciplinary and interagency services.
This session introduces how Barnahus in Europe have involved children in their work, and explores ways of embedding child participation into safe and informed pathways to justice for children.
Our analysis shows promising results about the self-reported usefulness of the Avatar platform, and also points to challenges for how to use it, as well as solutions which can be addressed as part of onboarding and documentation.
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PROMISE Barnahus Network
The Network is a formalisation of the European Barnahus Movement, which was launched in June 2017 in the presence of the EU Commissioner for Justice and Consumer Rights, and the UN Special Representative on Violence against Children. The launch of the movement confirmed Barnahus as a good practice, validated the Barnahus model as a widely accepted concept and consolidated the European network of Barnahus staff and interested government officials and practitioners.
Become a Member
Have access to training, mentorship and practical tools, including University certified training in forensic interviews and therapy
Gain accreditation by having access to training, support, mentoring and tools to benchmark progress.
Share expertise and learning
Help shape the European Barnahus Movement by having access to a broad network which actively engages in exchange and mutual learning
Extend outreach and visibility
Be a part of a broad professional network, visibility in European social media and opportunities to meet other professionals from across Europe