PROMISE Project Series
The vision of the PROMISE project is a Europe where the human rights of children to protection from violence, support and to be heard are fulfilled. To this end, child victims and witnesses of violence in Europe are protected by child-friendly interventions and rapid access to justice and care. The Barnahus model refers to multi-disciplinary and interagency interventions organized in a child-friendly setting. To achieve this Vision, PROMISE promotes and supports the establishment of the Barnahus model, or similar models, in all countries in Europe and inspires efforts at the global level for increased multi-disciplinary and interagency collaboration to ensure that child victims and witnesses of violence benefit from a child-friendly, professional and effective response in a safe environment. Both the European and the global network of professionals are supported in spreading the PROMISE vision through webinars, communications and follow-up. PROMISE 1 and 2 are co-funded by the EU.
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Barnahus Quality Standards – Summary
by PROMISE Project Series
All children subjected to abuse and violence in have the right to be protected and be safe. The key purpose of this publication is to provide a common operational and organisational framework that promotes practices which prevent retraumatisation, while securing valid testimonies for Court, and complies with children’s rights to protection, assistance and child-friendly justice.
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