Social Assistant Award of the Year for Social Inclusion – Social Economy goes to our colleague Mihai Enache

We are proud to announce that the prize for the social assistant of the year in the field of social inclusion – social economy was handed over to our colleague Mihai Enache at the National Gala of Excellence in Social Assistance in Romania, organized on 19th of March 2019. Organized to celebrate the World Social Work Day, the Gala is the event where social workers across the country, authorities, journalists celebrate the achievements of the social assistant profession to convey a message on awareness of social contributions and the need for further action, and for awarding the best social workers and supporters of social assistance from the previous year. The Gala has been awarded prizes for several categories, including the Social Worker Prize for Homelessness, the Social Worker Award for Working with Elderly, the Social Assistant for Community Work Award and the Social Assistant Award in the Field Social Inclusion – Social Economy. For the last category, 19 social workers were nominated from all over the country, the prize being awarded to our colleague, Mihai Enache. Mihai has been a social worker since 2003, and his experience begins in the same year in the General Directorate for Social Assistance and […]

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Juvenile Justice from A to Z

A child friendly brochure was created among AWAY project, entitled „Juvenile Justice from A to Z”. The content correspond to the level of child and youth understanding and it is adapted to the local legislation from Romania. The thematic approaches the juvenile justice field, with a focus on diversion and it presents, the roles of different specialists and the youth rights, as suspects, victims or witnesses.  We invite you to discover the electronic version of the Romanian brochure on here: Juvenile justice from A to Z.

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Alternative Ways to Address Youth

– online professional training – Over the past 20 years, the juvenile justice system has undergone significant changes, especially in Central and Eastern Europe. Of course, these changes have affected the implementation of alternative measures, diversion, victim-aggressor mediation and other restorative techniques in most CEE countries. Children need special treatment. Unlike adults, they are much more vulnerable being in the process of physical, emotional, but especially behavioural development. The best interests of the child must also be applied in the justice system taking into account their development needs in order to have young people integrated into society, future active citizens.  The Project Alternative Ways to Address Youth (AWAY) aims to ensure that professionals from different multidisciplinary fields become more aware and better trained about diversion methods for suspected / investigated children benefiting from the procedural safeguards of EU Directives 2016/800, 2012/13 , 2012/29. The AWAY project team has developed an on-line course for child protection and justice professionals on alternative division methods and court procedures for children. The course does not only provide alternative diversion methods but also the tools with which they can be handled by professionals in future work. The participants have the opportunity to enhance their knowledge […]

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How to deal with the criminally responsible juveniles

Children in conflict with the law are still children and need protection and support for reintegration and rehabilitation. This is the vision of the European Project AWAY (1) implemented in Romania by the Foundation Terre des hommes.   Within the project a survey has been carried out analysing both the institutional structure and the legislation that regulates the juvenile justice system as well as the practices identified in the system. The study, conducted by Prof.Dr. Durnescu and Corina Popa present a critical perspective on the juvenile justice system in Romania, with a special focus on diversion measures. The authors took into consideration the European Union and UN standards and studied the extent to which Romanian legislation, institutions and practices comply with these standards. The most important principles pursued in the field of juvenile justice are similar to all the principles applicable to the field of child protection and the most important of them is that in all state interventions, the best interests of the child will be observed. Starting from this, rehabilitation and reintegration of juveniles in conflict with the law are measures that respond to the best interests of the child. The juvenile who has reached the age of […]

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