Child victims, witnesses and perpetrators in the new Hungarian Criminal Procedural Law [ChildHub webinar in Hungarian]

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Date of webinar: 
03 Oct 2018
Start and finish time of webinar: 
10.00 am CET
Lecturer: 
Szilvi Gyurko

As of July 1st 2018 a new Criminal Procedural Law came into effect in Hungary. Based on this law what can happen to a child perpetrator at the police station? What does it mean in practice that children's rights are included in the text of the law? Will the situation of child victims of sexual abuse be better during testimony and at the court?

The Hungarian language webinar will explore these questions.

 

About the speaker: Ms. Szilvia Gyurko is a freelance child rights adviser and researcher. She is the founder of the "HINTALOVON" Foundation, that provides much-needed child-friendly information to young people about relationships, their bodies, sexual education. Her Foundation also actively engages with young people and trains professionals in the practical application of child rights. Szilvi is a legal professional, with more than a decade experience in child rights issues. She also involved in the legal representation of child victims of abuse. 

The webinar takes place in the framework of the EU-funded AWAY project. 

This project is funded by: