This publication identifies and collects good practices and malpractices in the participating countries and the EU with regards to forensic interviews and criminal procedures. Good practice protocol including practical advice and applied solutions on procedures as well as on the minimum standards in procedural, operational and assistance terms.
Comprehensive transnational comparative report as well as
Policy Recommendations will be developed to ensure proper
implementation of forensic interview procedures as well as
of the Directive 2012/29/EU in the participating countries.
Report about training needs of criminal justice & legal
professionals (and forensic interviewers if existing) in the
A comprehensive training set of materials on the practical aspects
& tips on the application of legal framework concerning the
forensic interview procedure for child victims and witnesses of
abuse, relevant for the whole EU and in line with
Guidelines on how to support and provide support to children
victims and witnesses of abuse and their families during the
The leaflet contains all the project related information, including project summary, main goal, aims and partnership details.
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ENCLAVE newsletter October 2021
ENCLAVE newsletter May 2022
ENCLAVE newsletter September 2022
ENCLAVE newsletter January 2023
Prof. dr. Antony Pemberton, KU Leuven: Welcome and introduction
Katarzyna Janicka-Pawlowska, European Commissioner Coordinator for Victims’ Rights: The Victims’ Rights Directive and children’s rights (no presentation available)
Levent Altan, Victim Support Europe: Designing an interconnected system of Support and Justice
Nicholas Spetsidis, Union of Women Associations of Heraklion Prefecture (UWAH): Presenting ENCLAVE
Prof. dr. Helena Soleto, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M): Benchmark protocol & Comparative country report
Prof. dr. Ana Fiodorova, UC3M: Policy recommendations
Sofia Thanasoula, University of Crete: Training manual for Criminal Justice & Legal Professionals on the Forensic Interviewing of Child Victims of Sexual Abuse
Dr. Silvia Ciotti, Eurocrime: Training materials for Victim support professionals
Prof. dr. Ines Keygnaert, University of Gent: Sexual assault care centres in Belgium as essential tools against revictimization
Magistrate Anna Carrascosa, Spanish Judiciary: Specialized response to gender violence and child sexual victimization– the Spanish Judicial scenery
Mariana Saksniit, Clinical Child Psychologist, Women’s Support and Information Center: The impact of Trauma on Children