Items tagged with 'Children in media'

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It is easy to fall into the social media trap of over-posting. This is even more difficult for parents who share their children’s life without censor. This, according to experts, is very dangerous....
Bearing in mind the current media situation in Serbia, but also in the region, which is reflected in the daily exposure of children to inappropriate content in the media, in violation and abuse of...
Organization Friends of Children of Serbia, one of the members of the Network of Organizations for Children of Serbia, published a very interesting and important publication back in 1993, entitled "...
The Protector of Citizens, Zoran Pasalic, in January 2019. addressed the Ministry of Culture of Serbia with the aim of contributing to the realization, protection and promotion of the rights of the...
Portal Analitika reported about a three-day Reuters training for Montenegrin journalists organized by the Agency for Electronic Media and UNICEF. Media in Montenegro should deal more responsibly with...
The code was developed during 2017 and approved by AMA at the end of 2017. It contains important sections on the rights of children and people with disability (section 5 and 6)
  At the end of 2017 a new Albanian transmitting code of the audio-visive media in Albania was approved by AMA (Audio-visive Media Authority). What is different and very important in this code is the...
The creative arts – music, film, visual arts, dance, theatre, spoken word, literature, among others – are gradually being recognised as effective health promotion tools to empower, engage and improve...
The Child Study Center, which is a part of Hassenfeld Children's Hospital at NYU Langone, organizes a webinar for parents and caregivers on raising teens with positive body image. Social media,...
Marking 20 years of operating, Brave Phone has started a new campaign with a goal of making Brave Phone children counseling line 116-111 more approachable to children and young people. The start of...

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