Improving national and international data collection on violence against children by developing a sustainable and replicable data collection model suited to gathering information about online violence against children.
The project provided partner countries with international exchange and training opportunities, which supports partners in elaborating their next steps and future funding needs.
Addressing the specific needs of child victims of trafficking and exploitation.
Piloting an evidence-based tool to measure the impact of Barnahus in supporting the rights and the needs of child victims of sexual abuse
Promoting multidisciplinary and interagency service models for child victims and witnesses of online sexual violence
Enhancing the ability of national child protection systems to work effectively on transnational cases and supporting excellence in practice of child protection in Barnahus.
Securing that all relevant authorities and services work together with the child in their best interests, from initial report to long-term recovery.
Ensuring the rights of child victims of violence to justice, protection, and recovery in Bulgaria by supporting multidisciplinary and interagency services.
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.
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