Establishment of national working groups (about 10-15 participants) with the participation of: law enforcement, juvenile pubic prosecutor, social service of municipality, helpline operators, social service of pediatric hospital, medical and nursing staff, residential care providers, experts
Development of the training material and step-by-step protocols on trauma-informed approaches on the basis of the results and discussion in the working groups through a cross-sector collaborative effort between the participants of the working groups
Identification of professionals to be trained
Training (capacity building) of 600 professionals by academic and non-academic experts at national level (experts/participants of the working groups)
Integrate and evaluate ACE/trauma-informed approaches (pilot testing phase)
Development of policy recommendations
Organizing a nation-wide national campaign for awareness raising on the necessity to implement a comprehensive system for trauma-informed practices during removal and out-of-home placement of children.
Information and awareness raising activities at schools, targeting 800 teachers and/or parents with the aim to increase prevention and early detection of ACEs
National conferences (one per country / ~100 participants per conference) and 1 Transnational Conference (~150 participants)
Design and implementation of the evaluation strategy to measure the impact of the project activities and products on the target groups.
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