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During the pandemic (and few strong earthquakes), Zagreb Child and Youth Protection Center produced over 250 useful materials (publications, books, workbooks, leaflets, educational texts, press releases to educate the public, webinars, etc.).
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Balkan Insight reported that a lot of Roma pupils in Croatia end up studying in special classrooms with simplified, customized programs and this fact has an impact on their whole life.
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BoliMe wants to create new episodes of the WeTalk video series to support the mental health of individuals and communities Who are we?
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For the past three days, Croatia had hosted the 3rd European Conference with International Participation of EAPAP (European Association of Parental Alienation Practitioners), organized by the Zagreb Child and Youth Protection Center in
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"Alienation, from a Clinical Perspective" was a topic at the 
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The 3rd EAPAP (European Association of Parental Alienation Practitioners) European Conference with International Participation began this morning.
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Ella Selak Bagarić, a psychologist from the Zagreb Child and Youth Protection Center, was a guest on the show, “Pogled preko granice” (“View across the border”), on HTV on 1 September 2020, to discuss the beginning of the school year during the COVID pandemic
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Psychological topics is a journal of the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Rijeka, which publishes original scientific papers, reviews articles and short reports from various fields of psy
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Handbook created by Zagreb Child and Youth Protection Center and the Brave Phone “Halo, pomozite!”, handbook for mental health professionals about the specifics of phone counseling due to a pandemic, has been translated into Slovenian
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These days, while we are all focused on #StayHome, trying to comply with all the recommended measures to end the pandemic as soon as possible, have we considered the most vulnerable groups that don’t feel safe behind closed doors?
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The website of Croatian Police Directorate announced the text of the international success of the campaign “Behind the Doors” (“Behind This Door Lives Mia”) on April 23, 2020.
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Professionals, who are working directly with people (psychologists, social workers and other professionals working in the mental health field) are forced, due to COVID-19 crises, to communicate with their clients through phone and other modern technology channels.
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Child Protection Hub implemented a training in modern technologies and digital competencies for social care professionals in the new local community in Croatia. The Center for Social Welfare, Virovitica, hosted this event. 
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During the past year, Zagreb's Child and Youth Protection Center, in collaboration with the City of Zagreb's Health Office and the Society for Communication and Media Culture, has conducted a national research project, 'Online Social Expe
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In cooperation with the Croatian Association of Social Workers, Child Hub has developed a pilot training model that will empower social care professionals to use modern technologies for their own educational and professional empowerment.
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The annual ChildHub conference, ‘Modern Technologies in the Social Welfare System’, was held 12 October 2019, at the Hotel Dubrovnik in Zagreb, and was attended by more than 60 experts.
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This year's annual conference of psychologists, 'Psychology and the Digital World', was held in Osijek.
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A training, ‘High-Conflict Divorce and Alienation from Parents’, was held at the premises of the Child and Youth Protection Center of Zagreb, within which the INSPIRE s
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In recent years migration and the status of refugees have become a priority issue in European policies. However, in many cases, the countries’ attitude to asylum seekers is more than disappointing. Many European countries struggle with growing xenophobia.
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Launched in June 2019, the first-ever Child Friendly Cities Initiative Inspire Awards celebrate projects that foster children’s rights at th
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The Ministry of Demography, Family, Youth and Social Polic
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'School for All', a Croatian civil society initiative, organized a protest rally in Zagreb on September 15th, demanding Croatian authorities employ more school assistants to ensure the inclusion of children with disabilities in the educational process.
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FICE Croatia, Eurochild candidate member (to be endorsed at the next General Assembly), have just launched the “LeaveCare-LiveLife” project, bringing together over 40 young care leavers this week in Zagreb.
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Child And Youth Protection Center of Zagreb and Association for Youth and Family Judges and Specialists are organizing a  free public lecture "Understanding and Working with Children and Families Affected by Parental
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The Croatian ombudswoman for Children, Helenca Pirnat Dragičević, raised awareness on the importance of the rights and the need for support of children who have one or both parents imprisoned, as part of the European campaign, "Not My Crime - Still My Sentence”.
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On 14 May 2019 children from Children’s City Council Opatija organised a panel discussion between children and candidates for the European Parliament elections to encourage candidates to become child rights champions.
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The Croatian Ministry of Science and Education hosted an exchange visit on the subject of ‘Promoting Common Values ​​and Inclusive Education th
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01/10/2019. a meeting of the Resource Person Team within the Chilld Protection Hub project was held in the  Child and Youth Protection Center in Zagreb.
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Launching ceremony for the book „Science and Art of Upbringing – A Practical Guide to Contemporary Upbringing for Parents and Educators“ by Gordana Buljan Flander, PhD, was held at the overcrowded Old City Hall in Zagreb.
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Croatia has updated its Action Plan on Dei
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The Representative serves as the accredited representative of the UNICEF Executive Director in the Country and reports to the Regional Director for general direction.
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Association of Juvenile Judges, Family Judges and Experts for Young Children, as nonprofit organization, will hold the Second International Conference on the Stop Program – Rights of  Children and Youth in Criminal Procedure and Challenges in applying alternative approaches / diversion measures o
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International Children’s Day is held on the 20th of November, with the purpose of better understanding and accepting the importance of children’s wellbeing.
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Training  "Working with a Sexually Abused Child - Legal and Psychological Aspects" was held on 28th of November at the Child and Youth Protection center of Zagreb.
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The Eurochild Conference 2018, which was attended by 100 children and 200 professionals, showcased examples of child participation and ended with 3 concrete recommendations on how to involve children in public decision making.
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The Eurochild Conference 2018 took place in Opatija,Crotia, on 29-31 October.
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Round table „I can do different: what to do instead of physical punishment?“ was held at October 5, 2018 at the Child and Youth Protection Center of Zagreb.
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Legal professionals in Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary and Romania will particpiate in a blended-learning course on diversion: the participants will meet face to face, then complete the online course, and partiicpate in webinars, in order to complete the course promoting diversion for children in conf
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The Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes will within the project
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According to the latest data, Croatia is among the world's leading providers and protectors of breastfeeding.
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More than half of all croatian citizens think that Croatia should be open to refugees looking for protection, and about two thirds don’t agree with the idea of Croatia being closed by wire or walls.
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  Place of work: Island CRES, Croatia Number of workers requested: 1 Type of employment: increased scope of work Working hours: Full time Accommodation: No accommodation Transportation Fee: In full funded
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Gordana Buljan Flander, Director of Child and Youth Protection Center of Zagreb, was proclaimed Woman of the Year 2018 in Croatia. The award was presented to her July 12, 2018 at a ceremony at the Hotel Esplanade.
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Younger adults are a category that are different from adolescents, but also adults with psychological, social and moral development. Scientific knowledge of biology and psychology suggests that maturing processes are completing from the age of 18 to 25.
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More than 13,000 children per year have one or both parents deprived of their liberty in Croatia.  Problems that are facing these children are significantly different from the problems of some of their peers are having.
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Juvenile justice systems in Europe have undergone considerable change over the past 20 years, particularly those in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE).
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Presentation of the Project and Platform Child Protection Hub For South East Europe was implemented for professionals working with children and the leading person of the Town Sveta Nedelja in Croatia in May 2018.
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As part of the project „Festival of Dads“, carried out i
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On 16th of March 2018 students who are included in the students council in their elementary school of Polyclinic for Rehabilitation of the Listening and Speech  SUVAG have visited Child Helpline Brave Phone.
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Presentation of the results of the research "Assessment of the readiness of the Center for Social Welfare Zagreb and NGO-s for the long-term cooperative cooperation in the field of protection of children, youth and families at risk" will be held on 22 March 2018 (Thursday) starting at 2 PM in Chi
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To mark the National Day of Combat against violence, better known as "The Day of the Pink T-Shirts", a round table was held in the Office of the President of the Republic of Croatia at the 28.02.2018. in Zagreb.
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Croatian young people met four times as Child Advisory Group and decided to work on a children’s book, public appearances in the media and national advocacy meeting as well as informing the public about their work through website articles.
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NGO "Rainbow families" exist as an informal initiative since 2012 in Croatia and are gathered as a small group of same-sex parents and those who want to become parents.
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On the occasion of Brave Phone's 20th anniversary of existence, partnership with Viber was presented within campaign ''Brave Phone listens as if every problem is the biggest''. They created special public account, sticker pacage and chatbot for this occasion.
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Marking 20 years of operating, Brave Phone has started a new campaign with a goal of making Brave Phone children counseling line 116-111 more approachable to children and young people.
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On 5th of December, round table „ Child on hold - roads to integrated care, the challenges and possibilities“ was held in Children's home Zagreb.
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As part of the project From policy to reality – shifting attitudes and practices from corporal punishment to safegurading children in August 2017, research was conducted in Croatia, Latvia and Poland.
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Paternity leave is an exclusive right of a father, recognised in 27 countries
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In November 2017, employees of the NGO Brave Phone visited several schools to present a newly developed on-line game StoryLab that deals with the issue of the rights of children and youth in judicial proceedings. The game is  developed under the project "The Right(s) court for children".
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On the 29th of November, the results of the project "The Right(s) court for children" were presented among more than 50 participants in Hotel Sheraton, Zagreb, Croatia. 
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Terre des hommes and its partners have been working with 160 young people in four countries in order to develop a mobile game that can teach children about legal proceedings and their rights in these situations, in a playful manner.
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The Croatian language electronic publication "How to report about/ to children and young people" gives the kind of professional presentations and practical work informaion.
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Brave Phone, as part of its advocacy plan for 2017, presented the results of research "Mapping the existing practices in the area of ​​child protection and the needs of experts" in Slavonski Brod at 27th of October 2017.
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8th annual international conference about child maltreatment was held in Riga, Latvia 10th of October 2017. The confernce named „What Kind of place is Kindergarten“ was organised by Center Dardedze
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Within the VIII.  Social Workers' Conference held in Solaris (Šibenik), National Coordinator of the project Child Protection Hub presented the results of the research "Maping Existing Practices in the Area of ​​Child Protection and Expert's Need" among more than 200 social welfare professionals w
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The Canadian organization Communities in Bloom have given the international award ''Gold with Five Golden
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Croatian association of social workers invite you to participate in the VIII Conference of Social Workers to be held in Šibenik from 18 to 20 October 2017. This year the conference will be devoted to thinking of social work in the context of numerous internal and external social changes.
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On Monday, 25 September 2017, members of the multidisciplinary child protection team met at the Child and Youth Protection Center in Zagreb to discuss the activities of the Child Protection Hub of South East Europe project, as well as gather feedback for improvements and best practices in the are
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In their 20th year, Brave Phone would like to invite you to a round table on corporate social responsibility in the community: "CSR - a story on both sides." They would like to share their many years of successful stories with a few partners.
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In an email interview with the Reception Center for Asylum Seekers, Brave Phone learned more about the operations of the Center, the experiences of those seeking asylum in Croatia and how children are involved or affected.
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As summer winds down and temperatures fall in Zagreb, Anamarija Vuić, Program Coordinator at Brave Phone, reflects on the help line and what summer is like in the office.
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Donations by citizens and companies raised 750,000 kuna for better care for children. With the loud support of fans, more than 2,000 participants ran the first Milky Way, a humanitarian race for establishing a human milk bank in Croatia.
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Two persons sentenced last year for serious crimes of sexual abuse and exploitation of a child, ten persons convicted for exploitation of pornographic children, four convicted for rape attempts, six convicted for the most severe forms of domestic violence and one person legally convicted of tyran
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On the occasion of marking the 27th International Breast-Feed Week (August 1st-8th), it was announced that the first human milk bank in Croatia was established.
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The Child and Youth Protection Center of Zagreb and Brave Phone conducted the first national research on preschool children in front of small screens.
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With the financial support of the French Mediterranean Women's Fund, which promotes women's rights in the Mediterranean region an expert meeting was held on June 26 in Zagreb, Kaptol 27.
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The aim of the conference is to bring together an interdisciplinary community of scientists and professionals working in the field of child maltreatment and child wellbeing and to exchange latest research, good practice, strategies and policies on children’s welfare.
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Lectures on parental alienation and family court system manipulation were held on June 8th, as a part of “Judiciary Shaped for Children II”, an educational programme for lawyers organized by Croatian Bar Association. The lectures were intersectionally held in cooperation with prof.dr.sc.
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UNICEF has presented a study called: “Respect, include and acknowledge: Analysis of children participation status in Croatia” and invited everybody working with children and for children to include them in the decisions which concern them in greater measure.
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According to UNICEF, there are nearly 75,000 refugees and migrants, along with an approximate number of 24,600 children who are in complete limbo, taking temporary residence in Greece, Bulgaria, Hungary, and West of the Balkan states.
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On April 20th 2017, the Croatian Parliament's "Committee for the family, youth and sport" held a thematic discussion about protection of the unaccompanied foreign children.
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The team of five scientists from the Faculty of Education Education (Social Pedagogy Program) and the Faculty of Philosophy (Pedagogy Study), in cooperation with the UNICEF Office for Croatia, conducted a survey of the situation in the field of child participation in Croatia in 2015.
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Child Protection Hub wants to emphasize the importance of the profession of social work and to showcase how the social workers themselves think and feel about their profession.
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The Child Protection Hub wants to emphasize the importance of the profession of social work and to showcase how social workers themselves think and feel about their profession.
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The main purpose of introducing child well-being indicators is to monitor and ensure the quality of life for children in Croatia. The proposed indicators were presented today at the Ministry of Demographics, Family, Youth and Social Policy.
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April 7-8 2017 a meeting of you advisors next to the Croatian Ombudsman took place in Donja Stubica in Terme Jezerčica. The young participants discussed two issues:1, a questionnaire for their peers on television shows for children and youth and 2.
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Unaccompanied, separated children trapped in the Balkans are being placed in extreme danger of exploitation, violence and trafficking due to unfit border policies and inadequate and overstretched child protection systems, a new report has found.
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This advocacy brief is a joint effort by 12 national and international humanitarian agencies  responding to the needs of UASC stranded in or on the move throughout the Balkans, specifically Bulgaria, FYROM, Serbia and Croatia.
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The study „Child poverty and strategy of coping with household poverty in Croatia“, has included 207 households and interviewed 99 children. Sociologists and economists participated in the project led by Paul Stubbs.
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New Information Center for prevention of Zagreb Police department was opened in Martićeva 10 street, in Zagreb on 28th of February 2017.
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State Review of simulated court trials was held in the room of Municipal criminal court in Zagreb. Eighteen schools from all over Croatia participated in the Review, and all the simulated court trials were presented in front of the eyes of eminent croatian judges.
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Within the project "The Right (s) Court for Children", at 22nd of February a symposium entitled "The rights of minors in criminal juvenile proceedings" was held in Zagreb, Croatia.
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The Ombudsman for Children of Croatia Ivana Milas Klarić sent recommendations to  Ministry of Demography, Family, Youth and Social Policy  on the issues of protection of rights and interests of children of foreign nationals who are caught in Croatia without their parents. 
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Research on television habits in children in Croatia, repeated by Ipsos Puls agency after the implementation of campaigns on media literacy - suggests changes in how children and parents watch television.
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Third training organized by Child Hub  "Enhancing the competences and empowering leaders in the field of children and families" was held for the team of leaders of Department of children and families in social welfare centers.
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The Independent UK reports that "refugee and migrant children are routinely suffering dog bites and “violent” beatings by police as they attempt to cross borders along the Balkans route, Save the Children has warned.
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Accodring to the Human Rights Watch, Croatian authorities are using violence against asylum seekers. After several interviews with Afghans refugees, they reported that they have been forced to go back to Serbia. 
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The meeting of Croatian child protection professionals was held on January 13th, 2017 in the conference room of the Polyclinic for the Children’s Protection of Zagreb.
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PLAN B - The Guide for Pregnant Juveniles and Juvenile Parents is intended for underage parents and those who will soon become parents, their families as well professionals who are working with juvenile pregnancies and parenting.
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First International Conference on "Stop program" was organized by the Association of Judges for youth, family judges and experts for children,  in Zagreb on 5th of December 2016.
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In Croatia, the second training  "Enhancing the competences and empowering leaders in the field of children and families" was held  for the team of leaders of Department of children and families in social welfare centers.
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15 and 16 November 2016, Zagreb, Croatia: Brave phone welcomed professionals from 4 countries to showcase the promising practice of the Zagreb Child Protection Center.
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20 children from two high schools in Zagreb visited Childreen's Ombudsman's Office as a part of the project „Right(s) court for children“ implemented by Brave Phone in Croatia - in partnership with Terre des hommes