Training on resilience as a good practice in interdisciplinary work

On 13th November in Sofia, Bulgaria, child protection specialists from Bulgaria, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Poland and Ukraine were trained on the topic of resilience as interdisciplinary work approach. Childhood without Abuse Project coordinators also took part in the training. The event was carried out by Social Activities and Practices Institute with the financial support of the OAK Foundation and The Open Society Institute East - East Programme.

Resilience can be understood as the ability of an individual to develop and grow despite very difficult conditions. It is a useful framework for assisting a child within its social environment. The training, led by Nadya Stoykova, provided theoretical background as well as practical guidelines for incorporating resilience approach in professional practice.


Submitted by admin on Fri, 2008-11-28 09:09.