Case studies showing innovative and sustainable solutions developed

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Case studies showing innovative and sustainable solutions developed

by | Aug 13, 2020

The Citizens’ Association Otaharin from Bijeljina, the Psychological Support Center Sensus from Mostar and Association Zemlja djece u BiH from Tuzla presented three national innovative case studies covering Roma children, children at risk and migrant children, and children victims of peer violence. These organizations are part of the IRIS network and are partners of LIR CD and ASB in the EU funded project Promote and protect vulnerable children rights, within which the studies are developed.

A case study on Roma children was presented through the innovative practice of the Citizens’ Association Otaharin from Bijeljina, children victims of peer violence were presented through the innovative practice of the Psychological Support Center Sensus from Mostar, and children at risk and migrant children were presented through the innovative practice of the Association Zemlja djece u BiH from Tuzla.

The aim of the studies is to present examples of innovative and sustainable solutions based on the promotion and protection of children’s rights (cultural, economic and social) and in combating peer violence with a focus on victims of peer violence, migrant and Roma children, children / youth at risk. Each case study includes: a description of an innovative and sustainable example, a qualitative assessment of local social realities, a qualitative analysis of clients, a reference to relevant EU and national policies, and a qualitative assessment of the potential for its application.

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