The Follo Crisis and Incest Centre regularly organises seminars, seminar with various themes. Some of these are tailored for the support services, joint venture partners or other interested parties. We would be happy to organise conferences and lectures for organisations, workplaces or school classes – costumed for your needs.


Courses for vocational groups working with children and adolescents

The Follo Crisis and Incest Centre focuses on preventive work among children and adolescents. Through our work we aim to see greater openness concerning the subjects of domestic violence and sexual abuse, and we would like to improve the knowledge base of those involved with children and adolescents in Follo. Consequently we offer the following courses to employees in schools, nursery schools, after-school clubs (SFO), leisure clubs, etc.: “Dare to See - Dare to Act”.

Dare to see 1

What is violence and sexual abuse? Signs and indications in children who are the victims of violence and sexual abuse. Our different roles – How should we act?

Dare to See 2

How to ensure that children talk about difficult events? How to ask children about violence and sexual abuse? Why don’t children talk about violence and sexual abuse? Please contact us if you would like us to organise a seminar for you.

Lecture on violence and sexual abuse for 4t and 6th grade

We want to improve the knowledge of children and adolescents about violence and sexual abuse and we are therefore offering lectures to all 4th and 6th graders in Follo. It is important for us that we focus on this topic in order to prevent children and young people from holding on to difficult experiences and not getting the help they need. The lectures we provide addresses various topics relating to violence and sexual abuse committed against children and adolescents. We talk about what sexual abuse and violence is, and about who pupils can talk to if they experience something that is difficult. We talk about the importance of speaking to an adult and about what happens when someone talks about their experiences. We always focus on the fact that it is never the fault of the child if he/she becomes the victim of violence, and that this is always the responsibility of the adult(s) involved.