Training for interdisciplinary teams of judges, prosecutors and psychologists in Poland

The second edition of the training "Child - witness with special needs. Practice of friendly interviewing of child witnesses” took place in September. Two-day training was addressed to interdisciplinary teams of judges, prosecutors and psychologists participating in interviewing minors and cooperating under a particular local court. The aim of the training was to enhance participants knowledge regarding child victims of crime and methods of interviewing minor witnesses, assisting child and the family in the course of intervention, as well as establishing a connection with a child who suffered from traumatic experience.

An international analysis of young people ageing out of care

SOS Children’s Villages has published the report on the situation of young people ageing out of care in Europe and Central Asia. The report consists of 13 country reviews, from Albania, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Poland, the Russian Federation, and Uzbekistan. 

When a child is a victim of a crime

The brochure “When a child is a victim of a crime” was published in polish language by the Nobody's Children Foundation in the frame of Childhood without Abuse Project. It is addressed to child witnesses' parents and caregivers. It explains parents' and caregiver’s rights as well as the rights of their children within court procedures, provides information about the interviewing procedures and how to support a child-victim or child-witness of a crime.

4th International Conference Keeping Children and Young People Safe Online

Polish (Nobody's Children Foundation and NASK) and German (klicksafe.de) Safer Internet Centers are pleased to invite you to attend the 4th International Conference "Keeping Children and Young People Safe Online", which will take place at the Novotel Airport Hotel in Warsaw, on 28th - 29th September 2010.
The Warsaw conference will bring together approx. 500 representatives from the education sector, NGOs, law enforcement, government and industry. It will address a wide variety of issues relating to children and young people's safety online, such as the use of social networking sites, privacy, safe use of mobile phones, online games, etc.