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The global week of action to champion health for all in a digital age. During the Digital Health Week (November 29 - December 3), professionals across sectors and regions join discussions to make a step toward digital transformation. Join the…
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With the aim of promoting the REVIS project "Responding to Violence against Children in Schools and Adjacent Settings", the First Obrenovac Primary School in Belgrade, drew a beautiful mural on a building in the school yard. The mural, captioned "So…
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Young members of the Child Advisory Board (CAB) in Albania were a cornerstone for the i-RESTORE project. They worked with the project's team from September 2019 to November 2021, acting as a steering committee to make sure children's voices are…
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Douglas M. King highlights the importance of nature-based play for children in light of their decreasing contact with the outdoors. Issue at hand: Compared to 50 years ago, children have fewer opportunities for free play outdoors and regular…
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Gender-based violence in schools has been and remains a common problem. Any unacceptable actions, whether it is a physical touch or verbal insults appealing to sexuality, can be classified as gender violence. But are there algorithms in Ukrainian…
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An unbalanced diet- lack of proper eating as well as overeating- can be damaging for our health. This article was written in the context of India, however, the principles can be applied to wider audience. The main reasons that lead to childhood…
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"Making sense of sounds, patterns, words and sentences are important skills that will help a child as they progress towards reading." Here are five ways to engage with children aged under three to support their early reading:  1: Create a “…
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Nonie De Long, a licensed nutritionist, shares her experiences of how diet helped her son who displayed ‘problematic’ behaviour, including struggling to emotionally regulate himself (anger, sadness, frustration etc.). She argues that nutrition…
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USA: Brigham Young University professors share why children and teenagers need digital and real-life safe spaces Context Recent study identified top 10 factors that predicted suicidal thoughts and behavior in 179,000 Utah high school students…
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After a week-long world congress on access to justice for young people, participants have sealed their commitment to non-discrimination and inclusiveness for young people. Justice systems must adapt treatment to each child's situation and favour non…
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On the occasion of marking the World Children's Day, the Network of Organizations for Children of Serbia reminds that poverty and growing inequality especially hard affect children and their chances for a quality and dignified life. Poverty…
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In the period from January to the end of October of this year, 38 victims of trafficking in human beings, including 10 girls, were officially identified in Serbia. Professionals dealing with this topic warn that the number of victims is much bigger…
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As reported by UNICEF's statistical analysis  , almost 240 million children worldwide have a disability. The report, containing data analysis from 42 countries and a comparison of 60 indicators of child well-being (such as nutrition and health,…
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The Washington Post reports about the European Court of Human Rights' ruling against Croatia, in a case from 2017 where 6-year-old migrant Madina Hussiny, was killed by a train on the border with Serbia. The court said that Croatian police violated…
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November 18 is marked as the European Day on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse. This year the European Day focuses on “Making the circle of trust truly safe for children”.   A "circle of trust" includes…