BHRC launches training video on interviewing vulnerable witnesses

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BHRC has published a training video on best practices and bad practice in interviewing vulnerable witnesses.

The video uses a case study from BHRC’s Child Rights Training manuals (funded by UNICEF) to highlight how to achieve affective results and avoid common mistakes in interviewing children, particularly children who may have suffered trauma.

The video also raises awareness about the stigmatisation of children as witches, the central issue of the case study.

The video will be used in future BHRC training programmes and has been shared with its partners.

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