Training for Macedonian and Bulgarian professionals

From 10th to 12th December 2008 in Samokov, Macedonia, First Children's Embassy in the World - Megjashi, carried out a training on the topic of „Multidisciplinary approach in the field of child abuse and neglect - recognizing, understanding, intervening".

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.

Trainings for Bulgarian professionals working with children

Training for professionals in Sofia
Training for professionals in Sofia
In the past few months two trainings for professionals working with children have been conducted in Bulgaria, in the frame of the Childhood Without Abuse Project.

First training, conducted by Jolanta Zmarzlik and Maria Keller-Hamela, took place on 9th-11th April 2008, in Sofia, the second one, by Maria Keller-Hamela, was organised on 9th - 11th June 2008, in Shoumen.

Training for psychologists in Moldova

In 2007 a group of 20 Moldovan psychologists were trained within two consecutive trainings regarding legal and clinical interviewing of abused children. The special focus during the training was put on the psychodiagnosis of the child and family and the application of various diagnostic techniques and development and use of genogram.