INTIT partners have prepared a series of position papers that provide an overview of the state of the art within 5 dimensions central to the project exploring both international state of the art and learnings from partner countries and other EU Member States:
- Defining violence against children and maltreatment
- Childhood trauma
- Trauma informed care
- Multi-agency approaches
The Meaning of Trauma Informed Care Today
This paper, prepared by CJD, lays out the development and principles of trauma informed care with a look at its development and implementation in the US and the EU. Country specific information is provided for Germany, Italy, Cyprus, Estonia, Spain, and Sweden.
Multi-agency Approach: Problems and Opportunities in the Application of a Multi-agency Approach
Based on fundamental rights of the child and child friendly justice, this paper prepared by Consensus, explores the need for a multi-agency approach in working with child victims of violence, effective models, and challenges to implementation. Country specific focus is provided for Italy and Spain.