Child protection system: the video of the conference organized by ICH Greece

Child protection system: The challenge of the multidisciplinary cooperation, a conference organized by ICH Greece in collaboration with the Office of Unicef in Greece.

In this conference ICH team has presented the results from the PRochild project and child protection experts from all around the world have shared with about 200 people that has attend the meeting, their experience and their work to the child protection system.

Natia Partskhaladge, consultant of UNICEF, (Georgia): 45:26
Elda Moreno, Head of the Chilldren’s right Division and CoE Coordinator for the rights of the Child, (Spain): 1:08:06
Bragi Guðbrandsson, Member of the United Nation’s Committe in the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), founder of the 1st Barnahus in Europe, (Iceland): 1:33:48
Psarrakou Maria, researcher of ICH: (Greece) 2:06:56
Anthi Vasilakopoulou, researcher of ICH: (Greece) 2:32:17
Hannah Kettunen, Senior researcher of the Prochild Project (THL), (Finland): 2:44:11
Jenny Gray, child protection expert, ex president of ISPCAN (UK): 3:06:50
Theoni Koufonikolakou, The Greek Ombudswoman for Children’s rights: (Greece) 3:28:00
Andreas Jud, Chair in „Child Maltreatment Epidemiology and Trends in Child Protection“, University of ULM, (Germany): 3:51:56
Dinapogias Sakis, Psychologist – Coordinator on CAN-MDS II project: (Greece) 4:16:28
Chris Newlin, Executive Director of the National Children’s Advocacy Center, (USA): 4:43:12
George Nikolaidis, Director of the Department of Mental Health and Social Welfare, Institute of Child Health, (Greece)

During the conference we have the opportunity to discuss on how to strengthen intersectoral cooperation in preventing and tackling the phenomenon of child abuse – neglect. The goal is to contribute to the overall strengthening of the child protection framework in our country, but also to formulate proposals based on international experience for the reform of the child protection system, so that secondary victimization of children who have been abused and/or neglected can be avoided.