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This guide-toolkit is designed to help users to reflect and plan on how to better implement concrete actions to prevent and tackle the spread of fake news, in order to create a resilience community to such threat.
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YouthMythBusters  (YMB) project aims at promoting the engagement of youth and those at risk of social exclusion (NEETs) in democratic and civic life and to enhance their critical thinking and media literacy in order to strengthen democrac
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Welcome to the ChildHub course, which aims to help adult support workers understand the key behaviours, attitudes, skills and actions that they need to consider when working with children and young people. 
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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 be motivated?
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Make Our Voices Count presents the results of the global survey of children and young people conducted in May 2021 through a special questionnaire.
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When doing research on children, scientists mainly focus on gathering information from adults, parents, guardians, teachers, and others. But a new approach called “child participatory research”, suggests the active involvement of children so that their views, ex
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UNICEF published a series of guides to help young people who wish to partake in global, regional and national climate movements.
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Launched by The Young Foundation, the Youth Futures Foundation and the Mohn Westlake Foundation, and funded through the Kickstart Scheme, a new initiative will employ over 30 unemployed young people in the UK, and provide peer researcher training to explore issues affec
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To effectively protect child victims from further harm and support their healing process, i-RESTORE promotes the use of child-friendly restorative justice and empowers children to become agents of change.  
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Juliane Kippenberg and Katharina Rall of the Human Rights Watch write for Euronews about a case by four Portuguese children and two young adults before the European Court of Human Rights against 33 governments (all EU states as well as Norway, Russia, Switzerland, Turke
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Albania: 18 children between ages 8 to 13 paint for drawing competition “Autism speaks in colors”. Drawings were displayed in exhibition. “Autism speaks in colors” project:
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Simon Weedy writes for Child in the City about the UK-based CatalyticAction, a charity helping rehabilitate Beirut’s public spaces, which is vital to children’s health and development following last year’s devastating explosion.
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Nowadays, students share content on the internet daily, but it's important to know how to do this correctly. This article shares tips and important points for teachers to explain copyright and fair use to students.
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Nick Jackson reports for The Oldham Times on Oldham-based filmmaker, Raabia Hussain, a deaf independent filmmaker experienced in writing, directing and producing, who helped a group of deaf young people learn the techniques of filmmaking in a virtual masterclass.
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The infosheets below present Terre des hommes (Tdh) methodologies for child and youth protection, psychosocial resilience and empowerment.
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Children represent about a quarter of the world’s population, although they are still not well represented in the decision makings, which affect them. 
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During the second mentoring cycle of the EU-funded MINT – Mentoring for integration of third country national children affected by migration, similarly to the first on
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During the second mentoring cycle of the EU-funded MINT – Mentoring for integration of third country national children affected by migration, similarly to the first on
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During the second mentoring cycle of the EU-funded MINT – Mentoring for integration of third country national children affected by migration
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During the second mentoring cycle of the EU-funded MINT – Mentoring for integration of third country national children affected by migration
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Expect Respect is a prevention toolkit developed by Women’s Aid in partnership with Yves Saint Laurent Beauty with the purpose of providing information about healthy relationships for children and young people aged 4-18.
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Child-friendly material has been developed by Hintalovon Child Rights Foundation on frequently asked questions about online consultations and surveys to help children express their opinions consciously.
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Study of Durham University's Department of Psychology finds out that children pick up on the emotions by hearing, while adults by seeing. These findings can help both parents and educators to observe how children process happenings around them as they spend more time home than us
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Design for Change is an internationally-acclaimed educational program, founded in 2009 in India, which has expanded to more than 60 countries. DFC gives children the opportunity to express their ideas for a better world and make them come true - TODAY!