The E-PROTECT project partners gathered on the 31st of August 2018 to discuss the project achievements and the common approach for the second stage of the project. The external evaluator of the project also joined the meeting, where he shared his findings in terms of E-PROTECT progress.
The meeting was hosted by SEERC, and took place in Thessaloniki, Greece. The main discussion points revolved around reaching out to stakeholders, namely the organisation of the upcoming seminars that will be held across the partner countries – Austria, Bulgaria, Greece, Italy and Romania this autumn. The seminars will present an opportunity to the variety of child protection professionals to engage in peer learning and to enhance the multidisciplinary approach towards working with child victims.