Digital Violence against Children: Forms, Prevention and Protection (ChildHub webinar in Serbian)

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Date of webinar: 
26 Sep 2017
Start and finish time of webinar: 
11am CET
Aleksandra Asha Vidanovic
Network of Organizations for Children of Serbia - MODS
Agdal Nuhanovic / Save the Children

The webinar will cover the topics of negligence, violence and abuse of children on the internet, the most common types of violence, consequences on children and families, and how to deal with this. It will also suggest recommendations on how to inform and educate youth, parents, teachers and relevant social services. The webinar will cover the existing mechanisms and tools for providing support to victims and witnesses of violence.

About the presenters:

Asha Vidanovic is an independent consultant and trainer, mainly working in the fields of human rights education and training of trainers with the focus on learning development. For the past couple of years, Asha has been working mostly for the Council of Europe, on the Living Library project and other projects in the education field, as well as publications and educational manuals. Until 2012, Asha was the Executive Director of Junior Achievement Serbia (JAS) for 3 years. Before joining JAS she was working for Balkan Children and Youth Foundation (BCYF) in Skopje, Macedonia for nearly 7 years, under the Chairmanship of Nobel laureate Martti Ahtisaari. She had been working as a Youth Policy Coordinator for Balkans within the PRONI Institute before getting involved with BCYF and as a Head of the Youth Department in the Ministry of Education and Sports in Serbia in 2001-2002. Most recently Asha has been working for the UNICEF program on prevention and protection of children from digital violence.

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