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The PROMISE Barnahus Quality Standards

The PROMISE Barnahus Quality Standards

The PROMISE Barnahus Quality Standards are composed of underlying principles, specific activities and institutional arrangements that enable child-centred and effective, collaborative actions. Find out more and download the Standards in English and many other languages.

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Barnahus roadmap guidance and template

Barnahus roadmap guidance and template

The Barnahus roadmap guidance and template gives inspiration on how to document and communicate the strategy and progress towards establishing and operating a Barnahus, and for executing and monitoring the national Barnahus strategy. A simple and accessible format, the roadmap template facilitates: interagency agreement and internal alignment so that everyone works in a coordinated way towards the same goal; the exploration and planning of different options, scenarios and activities; and the communication of your vision and strategy to an external audience.

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Evaluation Framework & Impact Assessment Guidance

Evaluation Framework & Impact Assessment Guidance

This guidance and template establishes a clear framework and systematic approach to: a) Evaluate performance against the Barnahus Quality Standards; b) Assess the impact on, for example, the recovery of the child, equal access to services for all children, the effectiveness and child-friendliness of the criminal investigation and the implementation of procedural safeguards for children.

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At the Crossroads of child-centred criminal and welfare proceedings

At the Crossroads of child-centred criminal and welfare proceedings

At the Crossroads is a legal briefing which explores the considerations for when criminal justice proceedings intersect with child protection proceedings in cases, particularly when they involve child victims of violence. Experience shows that there is a need for close collaboration among stakeholders and professionals involved in both child protection and criminal justice proceedings in order to identify opportunities for both immediate and more long-term change.

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Child participation tool

Child participation tool

To facilitate Barnahus and similar setups to hear about how children experience their service, PROMISE has developed a Child Participation Tool. The tool focuses on the child’s experience of Barnahus, including the travel to Barnahus, their experience in Barnahus, coming home from Barnahus and potential follow up or mid-to-long term treatment in Barnahus or by a mobile Barnahus team.

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Interagency agreement template and guidance

Interagency agreement template and guidance

This Template and Guidance offers inspiration for drafting an interagency agreement, which formalizes multidisciplinary and interagency (MDIA) team collaboration between agencies involved in Barnahus. It is based on the Barnahus Quality Standards, notably standard number 2, and is inspired by interagency agreements from Barnahus in Europe and Child Advocacy Centers in the United States.

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Considerations for evidence recording at the Barnahus

Considerations for evidence recording at the Barnahus

There is much more to recording interviews at a Barnahus than setting up a system and hitting record. To best perform its role, a Barnahus must comply with local/international rules and regulations of evidence recording, and be able to produce a recorded interview that holds up to scrutiny in court.

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The PROMISE Barnahus Quality Standards

The PROMISE Barnahus Quality Standards

The PROMISE Barnahus Quality Standards are composed of underlying principles, specific activities and institutional arrangements that enable child-centred and effective, collaborative actions. Find out more and download the Standards in English and many other languages.

View more
Barnahus roadmap guidance and template

Barnahus roadmap guidance and template

The Barnahus roadmap guidance and template gives inspiration on how to document and communicate the strategy and progress towards establishing and operating a Barnahus, and for executing and monitoring the national Barnahus strategy. A simple and accessible format, the roadmap template facilitates: interagency agreement and internal alignment so that everyone works in a coordinated way towards the same goal; the exploration and planning of different options, scenarios and activities; and the communication of your vision and strategy to an external audience.

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Evaluation Framework & Impact Assessment Guidance

Evaluation Framework & Impact Assessment Guidance

This guidance and template establishes a clear framework and systematic approach to: a) Evaluate performance against the Barnahus Quality Standards; b) Assess the impact on, for example, the recovery of the child, equal access to services for all children, the effectiveness and child-friendliness of the criminal investigation and the implementation of procedural safeguards for children.

View more
At the Crossroads of child-centred criminal and welfare proceedings

At the Crossroads of child-centred criminal and welfare proceedings

At the Crossroads is a legal briefing which explores the considerations for when criminal justice proceedings intersect with child protection proceedings in cases, particularly when they involve child victims of violence. Experience shows that there is a need for close collaboration among stakeholders and professionals involved in both child protection and criminal justice proceedings in order to identify opportunities for both immediate and more long-term change.

View more
Child participation tool

Child participation tool

To facilitate Barnahus and similar setups to hear about how children experience their service, PROMISE has developed a Child Participation Tool. The tool focuses on the child’s experience of Barnahus, including the travel to Barnahus, their experience in Barnahus, coming home from Barnahus and potential follow up or mid-to-long term treatment in Barnahus or by a mobile Barnahus team.

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Interagency agreement template and guidance

Interagency agreement template and guidance

This Template and Guidance offers inspiration for drafting an interagency agreement, which formalizes multidisciplinary and interagency (MDIA) team collaboration between agencies involved in Barnahus. It is based on the Barnahus Quality Standards, notably standard number 2, and is inspired by interagency agreements from Barnahus in Europe and Child Advocacy Centers in the United States.

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Considerations for evidence recording at the Barnahus

Considerations for evidence recording at the Barnahus

There is much more to recording interviews at a Barnahus than setting up a system and hitting record. To best perform its role, a Barnahus must comply with local/international rules and regulations of evidence recording, and be able to produce a recorded interview that holds up to scrutiny in court.

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Child participation tool

Child participation tool

To facilitate Barnahus and similar setups to hear about how children experience their service, PROMISE has developed a Child Participation Tool. The tool focuses on the child’s experience of Barnahus, including the travel to Barnahus, their experience in Barnahus, coming home from Barnahus and potential follow up or mid-to-long term treatment in Barnahus or by a mobile Barnahus team.

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The PROMISE Barnahus Quality Standards

The PROMISE Barnahus Quality Standards

The PROMISE Barnahus Quality Standards are composed of underlying principles, specific activities and institutional arrangements that enable child-centred and effective, collaborative actions. Find out more and download the Standards in English and many other languages.

View more
Barnahus roadmap guidance and template

Barnahus roadmap guidance and template

The Barnahus roadmap guidance and template gives inspiration on how to document and communicate the strategy and progress towards establishing and operating a Barnahus, and for executing and monitoring the national Barnahus strategy. A simple and accessible format, the roadmap template facilitates: interagency agreement and internal alignment so that everyone works in a coordinated way towards the same goal; the exploration and planning of different options, scenarios and activities; and the communication of your vision and strategy to an external audience.

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Evaluation Framework & Impact Assessment Guidance

Evaluation Framework & Impact Assessment Guidance

This guidance and template establishes a clear framework and systematic approach to: a) Evaluate performance against the Barnahus Quality Standards; b) Assess the impact on, for example, the recovery of the child, equal access to services for all children, the effectiveness and child-friendliness of the criminal investigation and the implementation of procedural safeguards for children.

View more
At the Crossroads of child-centred criminal and welfare proceedings

At the Crossroads of child-centred criminal and welfare proceedings

At the Crossroads is a legal briefing which explores the considerations for when criminal justice proceedings intersect with child protection proceedings in cases, particularly when they involve child victims of violence. Experience shows that there is a need for close collaboration among stakeholders and professionals involved in both child protection and criminal justice proceedings in order to identify opportunities for both immediate and more long-term change.

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Child participation tool

Child participation tool

To facilitate Barnahus and similar setups to hear about how children experience their service, PROMISE has developed a Child Participation Tool. The tool focuses on the child’s experience of Barnahus, including the travel to Barnahus, their experience in Barnahus, coming home from Barnahus and potential follow up or mid-to-long term treatment in Barnahus or by a mobile Barnahus team.

View more
Interagency agreement template and guidance

Interagency agreement template and guidance

This Template and Guidance offers inspiration for drafting an interagency agreement, which formalizes multidisciplinary and interagency (MDIA) team collaboration between agencies involved in Barnahus. It is based on the Barnahus Quality Standards, notably standard number 2, and is inspired by interagency agreements from Barnahus in Europe and Child Advocacy Centers in the United States.

View more
Considerations for evidence recording at the Barnahus

Considerations for evidence recording at the Barnahus

There is much more to recording interviews at a Barnahus than setting up a system and hitting record. To best perform its role, a Barnahus must comply with local/international rules and regulations of evidence recording, and be able to produce a recorded interview that holds up to scrutiny in court.

View more
Considerations for evidence recording at the Barnahus

Considerations for evidence recording at the Barnahus

There is much more to recording interviews at a Barnahus than setting up a system and hitting record. To best perform its role, a Barnahus must comply with local/international rules and regulations of evidence recording, and be able to produce a recorded interview that holds up to scrutiny in court.

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Barnahus roadmap guidance and template

Barnahus roadmap guidance and template

The Barnahus roadmap guidance and template gives inspiration on how to document and communicate the strategy and progress towards establishing and operating a Barnahus, and for executing and monitoring the national Barnahus strategy. A simple and accessible format, the roadmap template facilitates: interagency agreement and internal alignment so that everyone works in a coordinated way towards the same goal; the exploration and planning of different options, scenarios and activities; and the communication of your vision and strategy to an external audience.

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Enabling Child-Sensitive Justice – the success story of Barnahus in Europe (2017)

Enabling Child-Sensitive Justice – the success story of Barnahus in Europe (2017)

Enabling Child-Sensitive Justice (2017) is an overview of how the Barnahus model has emerged and gradually expanded in Europe. It documents how government officials, practitioners, advocates and entrepreneurs have promoted the model, unyielding even when confronted with doubts, obstacles and adversities. It analyses how they succeeded in this process and identifies the principle factors and dynamics that enabled them to innovate practice.

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Advocacy tool for promoting progress on Barnahus in Europe

Advocacy tool for promoting progress on Barnahus in Europe

This guidance aims to help you develop national and regional advocacy strategies to promote progress on Barnahus. It discusses what progress means and looks at where we are today in Europe. It provides a step by step approach to creating an advocacy pathway in your country and sets out calls for action for key stakeholders such as Governments, authorities and agencies, services providers and advocates.

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Barnahus roadmap guidance and template

Barnahus roadmap guidance and template

The Barnahus roadmap guidance and template gives inspiration on how to document and communicate the strategy and progress towards establishing and operating a Barnahus, and for executing and monitoring the national Barnahus strategy. A simple and accessible format, the roadmap template facilitates: interagency agreement and internal alignment so that everyone works in a coordinated way towards the same goal; the exploration and planning of different options, scenarios and activities; and the communication of your vision and strategy to an external audience.

View more
Interagency agreement template and guidance

Interagency agreement template and guidance

This Template and Guidance offers inspiration for drafting an interagency agreement, which formalizes multidisciplinary and interagency (MDIA) team collaboration between agencies involved in Barnahus. It is based on the Barnahus Quality Standards, notably standard number 2, and is inspired by interagency agreements from Barnahus in Europe and Child Advocacy Centers in the United States.

View more
Considerations for evidence recording at the Barnahus

Considerations for evidence recording at the Barnahus

There is much more to recording interviews at a Barnahus than setting up a system and hitting record. To best perform its role, a Barnahus must comply with local/international rules and regulations of evidence recording, and be able to produce a recorded interview that holds up to scrutiny in court.

View more
Advocacy tool for promoting progress on Barnahus in Europe

Advocacy tool for promoting progress on Barnahus in Europe

This guidance aims to help you develop national and regional advocacy strategies to promote progress on Barnahus. It discusses what progress means and looks at where we are today in Europe. It provides a step by step approach to creating an advocacy pathway in your country and sets out calls for action for key stakeholders such as Governments, authorities and agencies, services providers and advocates.

View more
Child participation tool

Child participation tool

To facilitate Barnahus and similar setups to hear about how children experience their service, PROMISE has developed a Child Participation Tool. The tool focuses on the child’s experience of Barnahus, including the travel to Barnahus, their experience in Barnahus, coming home from Barnahus and potential follow up or mid-to-long term treatment in Barnahus or by a mobile Barnahus team.

View more
Enabling Child-Sensitive Justice – the success story of Barnahus in Europe (2017)

Enabling Child-Sensitive Justice – the success story of Barnahus in Europe (2017)

Enabling Child-Sensitive Justice (2017) is an overview of how the Barnahus model has emerged and gradually expanded in Europe. It documents how government officials, practitioners, advocates and entrepreneurs have promoted the model, unyielding even when confronted with doubts, obstacles and adversities. It analyses how they succeeded in this process and identifies the principle factors and dynamics that enabled them to innovate practice.

View more
The PROMISE Barnahus Quality Standards

The PROMISE Barnahus Quality Standards

The PROMISE Barnahus Quality Standards are composed of underlying principles, specific activities and institutional arrangements that enable child-centred and effective, collaborative actions. Find out more and download the Standards in English and many other languages.

View more
Barnahus roadmap guidance and template

Barnahus roadmap guidance and template

The Barnahus roadmap guidance and template gives inspiration on how to document and communicate the strategy and progress towards establishing and operating a Barnahus, and for executing and monitoring the national Barnahus strategy. A simple and accessible format, the roadmap template facilitates: interagency agreement and internal alignment so that everyone works in a coordinated way towards the same goal; the exploration and planning of different options, scenarios and activities; and the communication of your vision and strategy to an external audience.

View more
Evaluation Framework & Impact Assessment Guidance

Evaluation Framework & Impact Assessment Guidance

This guidance and template establishes a clear framework and systematic approach to: a) Evaluate performance against the Barnahus Quality Standards; b) Assess the impact on, for example, the recovery of the child, equal access to services for all children, the effectiveness and child-friendliness of the criminal investigation and the implementation of procedural safeguards for children.

View more
At the Crossroads of child-centred criminal and welfare proceedings

At the Crossroads of child-centred criminal and welfare proceedings

At the Crossroads is a legal briefing which explores the considerations for when criminal justice proceedings intersect with child protection proceedings in cases, particularly when they involve child victims of violence. Experience shows that there is a need for close collaboration among stakeholders and professionals involved in both child protection and criminal justice proceedings in order to identify opportunities for both immediate and more long-term change.

View more
Child participation tool

Child participation tool

To facilitate Barnahus and similar setups to hear about how children experience their service, PROMISE has developed a Child Participation Tool. The tool focuses on the child’s experience of Barnahus, including the travel to Barnahus, their experience in Barnahus, coming home from Barnahus and potential follow up or mid-to-long term treatment in Barnahus or by a mobile Barnahus team.

View more
Interagency agreement template and guidance

Interagency agreement template and guidance

This Template and Guidance offers inspiration for drafting an interagency agreement, which formalizes multidisciplinary and interagency (MDIA) team collaboration between agencies involved in Barnahus. It is based on the Barnahus Quality Standards, notably standard number 2, and is inspired by interagency agreements from Barnahus in Europe and Child Advocacy Centers in the United States.

View more
Considerations for evidence recording at the Barnahus

Considerations for evidence recording at the Barnahus

There is much more to recording interviews at a Barnahus than setting up a system and hitting record. To best perform its role, a Barnahus must comply with local/international rules and regulations of evidence recording, and be able to produce a recorded interview that holds up to scrutiny in court.

View more