Raising awareness of the issue of children rough sleeping in Slovenia

First Slovenian National Conference will open key issues concerning Children Rough Sleepers and Runaways: deviant behaviour, drug abuse, homeless 18 years old adolescents and migrant children.

National Conference is organised within CRS project with support of Daphne Programme. It will be held on the 14th of March 2014 at the Congress Centre Brdo pri Kranju. Aim of the conference is to create greater awareness of the issues of children who run away / don't have a place to live and our social safety net has failed to helped them.

Thus the conference will focus on the key issues of children without a home in Slovenia within the following panels: drug abuse – potential reason for children to become homeless, problems of adolescents when they are turning 18 years old and they don't have a place to live and migrant children unaccompanied by their parents.

The conference will be opened by mag. Tanja Fajon, Member of the European Parliament and Member of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affair. Prof. Kate Moss from the University of Wolverhampton will make an overview of the situation in Europe while relevant experts in the field of homelessness and children rights in Slovenia will present the current state and good practise in Slovenia.

After the conference a social event will be organised for film-lovers: Austrian film My Fathers, My Mother and Me will be screened as part of the International Festival of Documentary Films in Cankarjev dom, following a brief reflection of film with prof. Kate Moss and mag. Tanja Fajon. The film exposes the problems of a street-like living in Austrian comune in the 1970`s where film director Paul Julien Robert explores the consequences of his childhood in one of the comunes.

Conference will be held in Slovenian language.

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