Child friendly materials

As professionals we often need materials we can use to explain issues to children - in a language that is easy for them to understand. In this section we are collecting such resources! Issues include child rights, child abuse, child participation. If you know of such resources that should be added here, please write us!

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Online competition for children "So what now...?"
Date of publication: 2015
Publisher: Terre des hommes Moldova
As an attractive method to motivate and encourage children to learn more about their rights when in contact with the police, Terre des hommes Moldova, in partnership with the General Police Inspectorate of the Republic of Moldova, organized an onl
How to Communicate with Children with Disabilities?
Date of publication: 2015
Publisher: Save the Children Armenia Country Office
This manual has been developed by “Save the Children” in the framework of “Initiative for Child’s Health and Education - 2” project.
Kids' Corner
Date of publication: 2014
Publisher: European Union
This EU website on children's rights is for children and teenagers. They can play games, watch cartoons and videos and learn about their rights.
“Human Rights and Democracy in Action” Comics Competition
Date of publication: 2014
Publisher: Council of Europe
The
Moving to my new home
Date of publication: 2014
Publisher: Lumos Bulgaria
'Moving to my new home' is a book made for children and its aim is to help them understand easier the moment when the institution closes.
Where is law, no bargain!
Date of publication: 2014
 Our children and yours have the right to know what happens to them if they do not comply with the law.
The Underwear Rule
Date of publication: 2013
Publisher: Council of Europe
The Underwear Rule is a simple guide to help parents explain to children where others should not try to touch them, how to react and where to seek help.
What is domestic violence?
Date of publication: 2013
Publisher: Child Protection Center of Zagreb
This article uses simple language to explain the different forms of domestic violence, the feelings that children may experience as a result, and what actions they can take to find support.
Demontrating outcomes - cards for adults
Date of publication: 2012
Publisher: With Scotland
The attractive pack of materials focuses on a ‘strengths based’ approach to help identify and track progress in areas which are important for the wellbeing of the children and their parents or carers.
Demontrating outcomes - cards for children
Date of publication: 2012
Publisher: With Scotland
The attractive pack of materials focuses on a ‘strengths based’ approach to help identify and track progress in areas which are important for the wellbeing of the children and their parents or carers.

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