As of 1 July 2022, Germany has assumed the presidency of the CBSS and of the Expert Group on Children at Risk.
On 1 July 2021, Norway took over the Presidency from Lithuania. Focuses for Children at Risk will include the impact of Covid-19, and on building trust between the child protection systems in the region.
As part of their strategy for 2020-2025, the expert group is undertaking a mapping of national child protection systems, and promising practice for prevention and early intervention.
Resilient and inclusive child protection systems – building mutual trust and collaboration On 8 June, the CBSS Norway Presidency organises a conference “Resilient and inclusive…
This guidance presents the risks and considerations for using photographs of children in communications, with respect to children's rights to privacy, integrity and protection.
Children and youth as contributors to a resilient Baltic Sea Region
This webinar discussed the findings and recommendations from a CBSS report which investigated whether Barnahus, or Barnahus like services, currently do or might play a…
The presidency featured a conference “Children’s emotional health: what achievements the countries can be proud of and what challenges remain unresolved”. It further investigated the role of Barnahus in the identification and investigation of child trafficking and the support and assistance provided to victims.
The role of Barnahus in identification and investigation of child trafficking and the support and assistance provided to victims
Global progress towards non-violent childhoods: putting prohibition of corporal punishment of children into practice
The Children at Risk Unit is honored and proud to host the event on the global progress towards non-violent childhoods.
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