The Agency also met with the ombudsman’s advisory panel composed of practitioners and legal experts. The presentation focused on the comparative data from 10 Member States as well as country-specific findings for Poland. FRA also presented the report during a meeting organised by the Polish NLO which was attended by members of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Interior, including police officers, and FRA national parliamentary focal points. FRA’s other key areas of work and major deliverables in 2015 were also flagged. In addition, FRA and the Nobody Children Foundation, the lead NGO in the field of children and justice in Poland, discussed ways of cooperation and of promoting FRA’s report nationally.
FRA discusses child-friendly justice results with Polish Ombudsman for Children
On 21 May, FRA discussed the results from FRA’s recent Child-friendly justice – perspectives and experiences of professionals report in the office of Poland’s Ombudsman for Children.