Members of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child held a meeting with experts from various countries who presented their propositions and suggestions on the General Comment on the Rights of Adolescents, in a two day session, on 6 and 7 June 2015 in Geneva, in Palais Wilson.
At the 53 International Pula Congress, within the Educational Symposium on Forensic Psychiatry, the Child Protection Center of Zagreb in collaboration with the Polyclinic Kocijan/Hercigonja participated with lectures on high-conflict divorce issues.
The lecture “Key elements in the evaluation of parental competences in high-conflict divorce” was delivered by Renata Ćorić Špoljar, psychologist of the Center, the lecture “Do institutions of the system take proper care of the best interest of the child in high-conflict divorce?” was delivered by prof.dr.sc. Gordana Buljan Flander, psychologist and director of the Child Protection Center, while the lecture “When should parental rights be terminated?” was delivered by prof.dr.sc. Dubravka Kocijan Hercigonja, neuropsychiatrist and director of the Polyclinic Kocijan/Hercigonja and a world renowned expert in neuropsychiatry, especially child psychiatry.
International Neuropsychiatric Congress is one of the favourite places as a meeting venue for permanent education in topics of neurology and psychiatry where a large number of experts from Central, Southern and Eastern Europe and from other continents as well, have an opportunity to share scientific and professional experience.
This Congress is unique, since it is one of the oldest medical conferences in the world.
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