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Thematic library

Thematic library: Children on the move

Guidelines for Parents, Guardians and Educators on Child Online Protection
2009
Wider and more easily available access to the internet and mobile technology provide not only many opportunities for children’s development, but also significant challenges to children’s safety.
Child Welfare League of Canada. Be the best parent you can be: Why positive discipline works
2009
Publisher: Save The Children
This pamphlet is written to empower parents and caregivers with positive parenting skills
Know your Rights and Responsibilities [Arabic]
2008
Publisher: Save The Children
This publication contains colourfully animated postcards and stickers that teach children about their rights and responsibilities (in Arabic). 
We Can Work It Out Booklet [Arabic]
2008
Publisher: Save The Children
This booklet gives advice on how to develop children's co-operation and self-discipline without resorting to smacking.
Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children: FAQs
2008
This publication introduces child exploitation through a question and answer format designed to touch on the basic knowledge base.  This publication is attached in English, but through this
Equal you an Equal me
2008
Publisher: Save The Children Sweden
This book provides information on children and discrimination.
Guide to visiting Children's care Projects and Schemes: Making Sense of What You See and Hear
2008
In visiting a project that cares for these children many different questions arise. What should be observed? What kinds of rules or protocol exist in the program, and what procedures should visitors follow?
Theatre
2007
Publisher: Terre des hommes
This technical sheet focuses on the implementation of activities centered on theatre (including drama, representations of roles and pantomime) used as means of allowing children to face difficult situations in a safe environment, test and develop
Star centre
2007
Publisher: Terre des hommes
This technical sheet outlines the star centre approach that is typically developed in psychosocial recreational centres (Play Centres) and/or Child Friendly Spaces (CFS), both in the context of emergency and longer-term development projects.
WHO ethical and safety recommendations for researching, documenting and monitoring sexual violence in emergencies
2007
Publisher: World Health Organization
The document addresses the gap that is present in the collection of information about sexual violence in emergencies.

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