Our ambition is to embrace and facilitate diversity, not to cultivate an elite culture where some are left on the fringes, or feel less valued or unwanted. This applies to all age groups, but we feel a special responsibility to have good procedures in place for identification and cessation of bullying or social exclusion in any work with children and youth.
BCC always wishes to have an up-to-date policy and operational plan in place in relation to violence, sexual abuse, and inappropriate conduct towards children and youth. We work consciously so that every member feels secure at all levels in the organization.
BCC sent invitations for several seminars in March to representatives from all the local churches. The course with the highest number of registrations, over 300 people from home and abroad, ... Read More
The Church Resource Centre Against Violence and Sexual Abuse arranges the annual interdisciplinary November Conference. This Foundation has employees with professional background in theology, psychology and health/social work, and was ... Read More
«It can happen, it happens, but it mustn’t happen». A serious theme is being covered today, and in the hall, 120 course participants are listening attentively. These are representatives from ... Read More