Behind every bully are the parents. Should they be held accountable for their children’s bullying? An organisation in Croatia thinks so. Read how they attack the increasing problem of bullying.
This is much better than the closed prison. My daughter is not afraid of people anymore,” says Ramona (31), a Lithuanian inmate in the newly established prison-house for female offenders raising children while serving time.
They come from a minority with no voice. Within this community they dared to raise their voices and create something for themselves.
With support from Norway, Bulgarian investigators are improving their skills and methods in order to better fight crime and recover illegal assets from criminals.
They no longer remember how to get dressed, cook food or show love. Their clearest memories are sixty years old. Curiously enough, in Slovenia, dementia is an illness surrounded by taboos.
“I struggle with panic attacks and to create routines. Here, I am surrounded by educated, medical staff that knows how to act. I need to get back on track.” These are the words of 14-year-old Kathriin, one of the patients at the new Children’s mental health center in Estonia.