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As part of the REVIS project "Responding to Violence against Children in Schools and Adjacent Settings", a three-day training was held from September 17th to September 19th, 2021, in Belgrade. The training "Shifting social and gender norms related…
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The Cycling Games is an event promoting bicycle transportation for pupils in a playful method. It is heavily based on the Danish methodology, as Denmark is a prime example of safe cycling. The annual forum's goal is to raise awareness about cycling…
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“Children are born with democratic genes. They should know how to solve conflicts in a democratic way”, said Dennis de Vries, Director of Stichting Vreedzaam (the Peaceful Foundation) in Utrecht, at the Virtual Study Visit organised within the i-…
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SOS Hotline for Women and Children Victims of Violence Nikšić and the Safe Women's House from Podgorica, with the financial assistance of the European Union, through the project "Stopping Violence against Women in the Western Balkans and Turkey: Law…
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Trainings for REVIS facilitators in Croatia were held online, via Zoom, 9–11 September. The training was led by two trainers and a coordinator from the REVIS project for Croatia, and was attended by 20 psychologists, pedagogues and teachers from 10…
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Greece: The new, 38 million Euro Samos camp, showcased as providing “dignity” to migrants arriving in Greece, described as “disgrace” Context Critical state of the Aegean island camps: overcrowding and frustration for islanders and camp…
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There was a considerable drop in the number of child labor cases in the span of 16 years, starting from 2000. However, these past four years, there has been a set-back, with an extra 8m children working, and some 6.5m more doing dangerous jobs. This…
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Starting from infancy, children have the motivation to learn about the outer world and whether this motivation will be encouraged or suppressed depends on the experience that the parents are giving to the children. So how do we encourage children to…
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A year ago, at the very beginning of the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, there was a lot of talk about the consequences of social distancing, lockdown, and all the measures that were introduced. In the episode, The Brain Architects, experts Dr…
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As part of the REsponding to VIolence against children in Schools and adjacent settings (REVIS) project, a new e-learning has been created to prepare trainers and teachers who will work with children to prevent and reduce peer violence in schools…
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Problems that came with the pandemic in education, together with goals set by EC, development of digital competencies probably contributed to The European Commission's publication of its vision for how ‘blended learning’ can be a major driver to…
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Children & Young People Now reported that one in three children from families with young children were living in poverty in the UK. Parents working part-time are affected almost as badly as those who are unemployed. According to the research,…
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Rachel Lawler writes for the Early Years Alliance about a new survey conducted by Mumsnet, Pregnant then Screwed and other leading family organisations on the working parents’ views on childcare in the UK. The survey counted 20 000 participants.…
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Hungarian Government’s ‘Child Protection’ Referendum questions challenged by Non-Governmental Organisation TASZ (Hungarian Civil Liberties Union) and opposition parties Momentum and satirical Hungarian Two Tailed Dog Party.  The referendum…
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September 2021 brought a premiere in  the sports environment in  Romania, when 20 sports clubs have signed a public commitment according to which they will take additional specific measures to protect all children who train and play sports. Terre…