The Czech Helsinki Committee Assisted visits of children with parent in prison reflected by ERASMUS interns

The Czech Helsinki Committee (CHC) is a nongovernmental organization which main purpose is to monitor and to protect human rights, with a particular attention for vulnerable groups (children, elderly, minorities etc.). CHC is also working with children with parents.in prison … Continue reading

Czech Helsinki Committee is engaged in awareness campaigns to promote the rights of children, entitled “It was not my crime”

Czech Helsinki Committee is engaged in awareness campaigns to promote the rights of children who have parents in prison called “Not my crime,” organized Childrens Prisoners of Europe. More information about the campaign can be found at: http://www.notmycrimestillmysentence.org … Continue reading

In June there was the fourth-assisted visit children’s homes for mothers serving a sentence in a prison in Svetla nad Sazavou

Czech Helsinki Committee held on 23 June for a fourth-assisted visiting children from orphanages who have mothers in prison. Visits were attended by a total of 8 children from Klokánek in Žatec, from children’s home Budkov, the Children’s Home Boskovice … Continue reading

On 24. 2. 2015 implements CHC first visit assisted children from orphanages and foster families in prison in Svetla nad Sázavou in 2015

Today will be the first visit of assisted children from orphanages and foster families in the women’s prison in Svetla nad Sázavou in 2015 with the participation of our mediators Mrs. Dana Vrabcova. This visit may take place only with … Continue reading