Giving inspiration on how to document and communicate the strategy and progress towards establishing and operating a Barnahus.
A tool for evaluating Barnahus performance and assessing the impact on users of the service.
Offering inspiration for drafting an interagency agreement, which formalizes multidisciplinary and interagency team collaboration between agencies involved in Barnahus.
Exploring changes to criminal justice proceedings when they intersect with child protection proceedings in cases involving child victims of violence
The analysis looks at structural factors, power dynamics, public and political debate, financial aspects, socio-political and cultural factors, and the role of change-makers in establishing Barnahus and comparable models internationally.
Coordination is key to preventing the child from being exposed to repetitious and potentially intimidating experiences, which can cause (re)traumatization and hinder disclosure.
The PROMISE Tracking Tool is a self-evaluation tool for tracking progress towards meeting the PROMISE Barnahus Quality Standards.
The Compendium introduces the different bodies of international and European laws and guidances concerning child victims and witnesses of violence.
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.
The European Barnahus Standards represent the first attempt in Europe to define the principles of the interventions and services referred to as the “Barnahus” model.