by Vladimir Yanchuk, Ieva Daniunaite, Neringa Grigutyte, Andrey Makhanko, and Suzanna Tiapula.

This book is for interdisciplinary professionals and decision-makers working to protect children from abuse and outlines existing evidence-based, successful, and innovative models for providing support for child-survivors of abuse in some indicative countries around the Globe. As a text designed for professionals with an understanding of the basic dynamics of child abuse, this book offers a brief introduction on the topic of child abuse, description of evidence based models for prevention and intervention of child abuse in the Criminal Justice and Clinical component to support children who have been exposed to violence and their families. Lessons learned from the implementation of evidence-based models, and future of innovation in the area of protection children from abuse are explored with an emphasis on European regional implementation efforts. An international team of widely known authors offer readers analyses of existing models and suggestions for building systems responses based on a solid foundation of effective and trauma-informed outreach to child victims. The book is an advanced text written for interdisciplinary professionals in the elds of Criminal Justice, Human and Social Services and Medical/ Public Health Treatment, Advocacy and Survivor communities, the international and local donor community, and local, national, regional and global policy makers.