On December 4th, the Romanian Center for European Policies organized in Cluj an information seminar for psychologists, police representatives, child protection and social assistance services on the subject of child protection, in particular to develop an individual assessment methodology for the identification of protective measures in case of child victims of crime.
The seminar brought together different professionals working in the field of child protection, public policy experts from the Ministry of Labor and Social Justice and Ministry of Justice, experts and practitioners of The National Authority for Child Rights Protection and Adoption (N.A.C.R.P.A.).
The seminars are dedicated to raise the overall awareness on child rights, granted by Directive 2012/29/EU and to inspire a cooperation among the large variety of professionals which deal with child victims of crime and often are their first point of contact.
For more information concerning E-PROTECT please access http://childprotect.eu.