Europe & Russia Regional Network
The Europe & Russia Regional Network is a group of multidisciplinary professionals working in child abuse & neglect in the region connecting, learning, sharing ideas, research & knowledge.
ISPCAN Europe and Russia Regional Network

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Regional Country Partners

Switzerland
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ASPI Foundation - Aid, Support and Child Protection
United Kingdom
AoCPP
Association of Child Protection Professionals (AoCPP)
Sweden
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Barnafrid - Linköping University
Portugal
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Caminhos da Infância
Italy
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The Corpo Italiano di San Lazzaro (CSLI)
Switzerland
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Espace De Soutien Et De Prévention - Abus Sexuels (ESPAS)
Spain
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Federation of Associations for the Prevention of Child Abuse (FAPMI)
Germany
DGfPI
The German Society for Prevention and Intervention in Child Abuse, Neglect and Sexualized Violence(DGfPI)
Serbia
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Incest Trauma Center - Belgrade
Italy
CISMAI
Italian Coordination of Services against Maltreatment and Child Abuse (CISMAI)
Switzerland
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Kinderschutz Schweiz
United Kingdom
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My Body is My Body
Prague
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National Institute for Children and Families (NIDAR)
Sweden
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Nordic Association for Preventing Child Abuse & Neglect (NASPCAN)
Greece
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Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (Eliza)
Scotland
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The Lucy Faithful Foundation
Greece
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The Smile of the Child
France
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Unesco Chair Childhood Maltreatment
Croatia
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Zagreb Child and Youth Protection Center
Scotland
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Childlight - Global Child Safety Institute

Become a country partner

ISPCAN’s Country Partners are multidisciplinary organizations or non-profits within a city, country or region who focus and work in child abuse and neglect (CAN) prevention. The goal is to share experiences, knowledge, research, and resources across all regions in an endeavor to strengthen efforts at local, national, and regional levels to end child maltreatment. We believe that effective and sustainable CAN prevention is achieved through education and professional cooperation. See country partners by region on ISPCAN regional pages.

Special Affiliation with ISPCAN
Promotion of your organization and events by ISPCAN to our Global Audience via email, Social Media and Newsletters
Recognition on our website, in our Annual Report, and other publications
Access to the ISPCAN Country Partner Logo
Priority opportunities for ISPCAN Congress co-sponsorship
Free booth at our ISPCAN Congresses
Special Community of learning with other Country Partners
Subscription to Child Abuse & Neglect: The International Journal
Opportunities to showcase your programs in our newsletter, webinars, and circles of connecting.
Contribute content to World Perspectives on Child Abuse and other ISPCAN publications
Opportunity to lead trainings, webinars, circles of connecting,, working groups in your region

Europe & Russia Regional Network Resources

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Webinar
The Value of Multidisciplinary Approaches to Child Abuse Prevention: Best Practices and Sustainable Applications from Greece
Presented By:
Alexandra Soldatou, MD, PhD
Fotini-Sonia (Tinia) Apergi, Psy.D.
Dr. John M. Leventhal
Alexandros Panos

Organizations

November 8, 2023
Public Resource
UN S ISSUE
Webinar
Missing Migrant and Refugee Children in Greece
Presented By:
Theodora Tsovili
Aggie Xenakou
Yiannis Athanasopoulos

Organizations

July 21, 2020
Public Resource
Covid Italian
Webinar
Strategies for Online Interventions for Children and Adolescents with Trauma Histories
Presented in Italian
Presented By:
Zlatina Kostova, PhD
Gloria Soavi

Organizations

May 19, 2020
Public Resource
AHT
Master Class
A Multidisciplinary Approach to Abusive Head Trauma (in FRENCH) / A multidisciplinary approach to non-accidental head trauma- Module 2
Presented By:
Sylvie Vernassière
Matthieu Vinchon
Catherine Quantin
Louis-Marie Paget
Sabine Rakotomalala
Karine Pépin

Organizations

June 30, 2020
Member Resource
AHT
Master Class
A Multidisciplinary Approach to Abusive Head Trauma (in FRENCH) / A multidisciplinary approach to non-accidental head trauma- Module 1
Presented By:
Dr Anne LAURENT-VANNIER
Lãzãrescu Alina-Marilena;
Dre Sarah Depallens
Dr. Mathilde Chevignard

Organizations

July 1, 2020
Member Resource

Additional Resources

Primary prevention – investment for safety, health and well-being of children, adolescents, adolescents and adults The experience of violence and sexual abuse is also a reality in Slovenia for some children, adolescents and adolescents. The consequences of violence and abuse have a negative impact on children’s physical and psychological well-being, physical and mental health. These consequences can very roughly “interfere” with their personal development, interpersonal relationships, opportunities for schooling, creation, carefree play. Primary prevention is one of the key factors for protecting children, adolescents and adolescents from various forms of violence and abuse. Preventive activities strengthen the protective factors of children, adolescents and adolescents. It is important to start already in the preschool period and ensure repetitions, upgrading knowledge and skills.

ISA Institute from Slovenia

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Types of Abuse against Children identified.

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Catherine Belzung explores if Sex offenders are former victims themselves

UNESCO

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Arnaud Tanti a neurobiologist explaining that child abuse elicits brain changes persisting at adulthood.

UNESCO

Partner Resource

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Child neglect in Romanian orphanages – an interview with Florin Tibu

Partner Resource

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The diagnosis of physical child abuse, by Catherine Adamsbaum, radiologist

UNESCO

Partner Resource

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The definition of child abuse, by Antonine Nicoglou, philosopher- Child abuse can be defined in different manners according to the historical moment and to the cultural context.

UNESCO

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Porcupines are participating in the World Campaign to Prevent measles. ISPCAN . In these days we will publish 10 episodes of the PORCOSPINE CARTOON made completely with the phrases of the little girls and children we met in this wonderful adventure that is now 15 years old! Every episode connects to the next one to tell the story of Porcospini from the voices of the protagonists!

CISMI

Partner Resource

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This project present how to involve children and young people in decisions and encourage them to express their needs and participate in the decision-making process to develop a quality intervention. By describing the different aspects of projects involving a participatory approach, it shows how giving voice to children and young people unlocked new perspectives regarding the Hungarian child protection system

Dr. Dorottya Sik, Associate Professor Dr. habil. Andrea Rácz, Habil. Associate Professor Eötvös Loránd University, Department of Social Work

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To understand the parents perspective of: –the capacity of the state funded school system, –the available services and supports, –the use of the available services.

Dr. Dorottya Sik, Associate Professor Dr. habil. Andrea Rácz, Habil. Associate Professor Zsófia Tanító, PhD student ELTE

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