On the occasion of injuries with a sharp object, which is one fifth grader inflicted another in elementary school Vladimir Nazor in Pribislavec at Čakovca in Nova TV News Director of the Child and Youth Protection Center of Zagreb Prof. Dr. Sc. Gordana Buljan Flander emphasized how important it is to help the victim and the perpetrator.
“Our goal is that of juvenile perpetrators of violence not becomes an adult perpetrator of violence,” explained Buljan Flander. “It is important not only to do with a child who has experienced violence than to provide assistance and the child who is the perpetrator of violence,” she added.
Otherwise, 153 cases of violence have been reported in schools last year, most of them are violent behavior and injuries.
Slovenian Association for Pediatric and Adolescent Psychiatry (ZOMP - Association for Child and Youth Psychiatry) organized in Ljubljana on 5 and 6 October 2018 a new cycle of theoretical training for specialists of children and adolescent psychiatry on violence and abuse in the developmental age.
The Brave Phone, in cooperation with the agency Terre des Hommes hosted the international study visit by the participants from Romania, Moldavia, Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina on 15 and 16 November 2016. The aim of the visit was sharing knowledge about good practice in the field of child protection. The focus of the study visit was The Child and Youth Protection Centre of the City of Zagreb, as an example of a health institution offering free multidisciplinary help to children and their families in Croatia.
RTL released a report by journalist Ida Hamer on "The Most Famous Egg in the World", that has more than 52 million likes on Instagram. Many liked the egg assuming it was about a campaign proving that anything can get a lot of likes on social media with good promotion. A few days ago, the most-liked egg on the internet cracked with the message: “Recently I’ve started to crack. The pressure of social media is getting to me”. Everyone who liked the egg got a message about where they can turn to help in their own countries if they feel like they are “cracking”, that is, if they feel like the pressure of social media is damaging their mental health. In that way, the campaign sent a well-meaning message.