“Cards for rainy days (and social distancing)” created by the psychologist of the Zagreb Child and Youth Protection Center, Tea Brezinšćak, in cooperation with the volunteers of the Child Protection Hub for Southeast Europe and other individuals who contacted us and supported us were translated into Romanian, Macedonian, Greek and the Hungarian language, so now families and children from all these language areas can download them for free from our website and from the Child Protection Hub SEE website.
Congratulations to our psychologist Tea Brezinšćak on the international success of her “Cards for Rainy Days (and Social Distance)” with 55 activities for family activities that connect and build psychological resilience, which are now read and used in 6 languages. We thank graphic designer Niko Crncevic who pro bono designed the Croatian, English, Romanian, Hungarian, Greek and Macedonian editions. We thank all the translators who contributed to getting these cards to as many children as possible.
Below are the download links for “Cards for Rainy Days (and Social Distance)” of all 6 editions in PDF:
T Portal journalist Elma Katana spoke with Zagreb Child and Youth Protection Center's psychologist Ella Selak Bagarić about growing up with contemporary media. The interview was published on the T portal under title "The psychologist about growing up in the digital age: These are some other kids and other times that require a different upbringing. But when they leave the screen, who's left? " on 16 February, 2020 on T portal:
First European Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect - EUCCAN was held in Amsterdam from 23 to 25 May. The Conference was attended by experts from 21 countries all over the world and eminent speakers like dr. Glaser, prof. Browne, prof. Hobbs, dr. Felitti and prof. Adriaenssens as well as dr. Domagoj Štimac subspecialist in child and adolescent psychiatry of The Child Protection Center of Zagreb.