On the 30th March Law and Internet Foundation as a leading partner has officially launched the EU-funded project E-PROTECT II via virtual kick-off meeting with all partners.

E-PROTECT II is designed to build up on and expand the results of E-PROTECT implementation. The project is set to provide capacity building to professionals and improve the cooperation between competent authorities dealing with child victims. E-PROTECT II implementation will advance the support, provided to child victims of crime, as it will further empower the variety of professionals, actively working on this field. This way E-PROTECT II will boost Directive 2012/29 practical application & raise awareness on child’s rights, granted there.

The participants discussed the highlights of E-PROTECT and how to use them in the most efficient way during the implementation of the current project. Additionally, partners reviewed the objectives and structure of the project, including management, internal procedures, dissemination and communication strategy, evaluation criteria and approach towards the envisaged events.

The project implementation is supported by the Justice Programme of the European Commission under Grant Agreement № 878593.