The last of the five three-day modules was held for specialist teams of the FBiH Mental Health Centers.
The aim of the training was to strengthen the capacity of experts in the planning and implementation of treatment with children and minors in the criminal proceedings of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the process of applying the educational recommendation “Treatment in an appropriate health institution – hospital or outpatient”.
In the last module, a panel discussion was held with the aim of coordinating and cooperating with key stakeholders in the process of Implementing Educational Recommendation with professionals from the judiciary and the guardianship bodies of the FBiH.
It was an honor to share the knowledge of the treatment of children and minors, to professionals and wonderful people, through these five modules.
We thank to all participants and lecturers for sharing knowledge and experiences, for socializing and forging the links between multidisciplinarity and cross-sectorality as the cornerstone of protecting each child. One of the lecturers was Mirela Badurina, PhD.
Thanks to organizers for inviting me to be a part of this important Education Program as a lecturer.
The training is one of the activities of the UNICEF Justice for Every Child project, implemented by the Human Rights Office in cooperation with the Ministry of Health of the Federation of BiH in 10 regions in Bosnia and Herzegovina.