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O webinaru: Cilj ovog webinara je pružiti sudionicima znanja o utjecajem traumatskih događaja na djecu i mlade kao osobito ranjive skupine, očekivanim reakcijama  ovisno o njihovoj dobi i potrebama...
The corona virus pandemic has put the state and society around the world, especially health and social care systems, on high alert. Special emergency measures were introduced in Serbia on 15 March....
Exposure to violence in childhood can have severe physical, emotional, and mental health consequences and is intimately linked with the likelihood of perpetrating or experiencing intimate partner...
The Early Intervention Foundation has published a report on adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), relevantly promoted by the Children&Young People Now platform. The authors look at what we know...
Intergenerational cycle (transmission violence) is a term used when adults who experienced and went through direct violence and long-term psychological pressure growing up show the same behaviour to...
Two-thirds of children will experience trauma by the age of 16.  That means 6 out of every 10 children you know will deal with the effects of trauma. These traumas lead to mental and physical health...
Self-injury awareness day happened on 1 March in the UK, and was an opportunity to deeply understand self-harm. There are a number of reasons why people self-harm: certain triggers linked to a...
Building on the importance of the adverse consequences from traumatic experiences in childhood, Cate Bailey et al. reviewed existing literature on trauma-informed approaches examining whether or not...
This major report surveys the evidence relating to the prevalence, impact and treatment of ACEs, the extent to which ACEs should provide the basis for frontline practice and service design, and the...
Today’s child protection practices are rooted in initiatives like the child rescue movement and voluntary agencies that started in the 19th century and provided support for children in need. In the...

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