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Events :: Достъп :: Improving the Organizational Policies of BFPA on Child Protection

Improving the Organizational Policies of BFPA on Child Protection

OAK LogoPresentationSofia, April 25-26, 2016

Educational training for supported by OAK Foundation organizations on Developing and Improving Organizational Policies and Procedures for Internal Protection of the Child took place at 25 and 26 April 2016 in Sofia. The participants worked in groups for за improving organizational standards for child protection so that to guarantee the safety of children they work with directly and indirectly. The purpose of the workshop was to improve the knowledge and understanding on child abuse and the requirements for internal protection.

BFPA representativeThe representatives of the different organizations made review of their organizational policies and procedures in seeking omissions in measures of protection according to the standards of George Varnava for ensuring safety in four areas: policies, people, procedures and accountancy. Steps for overcoming the identified weaknesses were done.
Stefan Yordanov, consultant on child protection from the Regional Center of Keeping Children Safe for Eastern Europe was moderator of the interactive facilities.
Ralitsa Zgalevska from Bulgarian Family Planning and Sexual Health Association (BFPA) participated in the two-day training.

 

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Events :: Достъп :: Improving the Organizational Policies of BFPA on Child Protection