"The Rights of the Child – between the Interests of the Parents and the Obligations of the State" was the theme of this annual conference of the ombudspersons for children network of south-east Europe (CRONSEE), held on 28 May 2015 in Zagreb. It was organised by Croatian ombudsperson for children, Ivana Milas Klarić and under the auspices of the City Assembly of the City of Zagreb. The representatives of ombudspersons for children from the countries of south-east Europe and professionals from Croatia discussed how to realise the rights of the child and his/her best interest when the interests of parents appear to be in conflict with the child's interests and the obligations of the government to protect the child's well-being.
Prim. Domagoj Štimac, M.D., Psychiatrist, subspecialist of pediatric and adolescent psychiatry, Deputy Director of Zagreb Child and Youth Protection Center, psychologist from the Center, Ana Raguž and psychologist, president of the Brave Phone Association, Hana Hrpka, participated in Belgrade in a four-day education (from 3rd to 6th June, 2019) on the SCAN (Scientific Content Analysis) statement analysis method, led by Avinoam Sapir, founder of this technique to determine the truth of statements.
The training was held as part of the EU project “VERBUM_SAT Project – Developing forensic statement analysis standards to fight CAE: A victim centered approach” conducted by the Faculty of Philosophy in Ljubljana, Brave Phone and Ministry of Internal Affairs of Serbia and European Forensic Agency from Serbia, and partly experts from Zagreb Child and Youth Protection Center.