Securing that all relevant authorities and services work together with the child, from initial report to long-term recovery, to protect and support.
Despite the Covid-19 pandemic and all its restrictions, the support desk at the Network’s Secretariat was busy delivering more: more networking, more surveys, more new connections, more opportunities to collaborate, more decisions, more everything. Exactly what we promised in Helsinki when we signed the Statutes for the Network in November 2019.
The General Assembly of the Network has adopted amendments meant to clarify the roles of associate members, sponsors and supporters.
The Lighthouse in London, England informs about two new methods for interviewing children for the purposes of cross-examination at their Barnahus.
A summary of a promising practice for national efforts to establish Barnahus.
In this video, UN Special Representative on Violence Against Children Najat Maalla M’jid addresses the members of the PROMISE Barnahus Network, puts the impact of Barnahus into a global perspective, and encourages the continued exchange of experience within the region and globally.
Where we highlight media mentions about Barnahus and similar setups around the world.