Analysis of good practices for child sexual abuse prevention in the residential care institutions of Bulgaria, Greece, Latvia,Lithuania and Poland

Analysis of good practices for child sexual abuse prevention in the residential care institutions of Bulgaria, Greece, Latvia,Lithuania and Poland

The report presents the results from survey of the good practices for prevention of child abuse conducted within the framework of the European Commission project “Sexual abuse of children from the residential care institutions”., Daphne program III / 2007 – 2013/.

The project “Sexual abuse of children from residential care institutions” was implemented by the Social Activities and Practices Institute Association in partnership with Nobody’s Children Foundation, Poland, Center Amelipe – Bulgaria, ARSIS, Greece, Dardedze Center, Latvia, Children Support Center, Lithuania.

The project “Sexual abuse of children from residential care institutions” is meant to contribute to the improvement of the policies for prevention of sexual abuse of children in residential care at national and European level. The present report is a result from the work of the participant countries in studying the situation related to sexual abuse of children in residential care institutions and identifying the good practices of their countries during the last ten years implemented within the framework of the project. The conclusions of the present report will serve to improve the work with children who are victims of abuse in residential care institutions in the countries participating in the project and their partners. 

Authors


Sapi  and team
Sapi and team