Items tagged with 'Awareness raising'

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This note provides an overview of the factors that may put persons with disabilities at heightened risk in the COVID-19 pandemic and response in humanitarian settings; and proposes actions to address...
The University of East Anglia (UEA) published this study that aims to draw attention to the increased difficulties of young carers under the coronavirus pandemic. The lockdown took away the...
"Theirworld's disability and inclusion consultant says inclusive education must be widened to include all learners regardless of background, identity and ability." Theirworld, a disability and...
The Peace Network broadcast the results of a mini-survey from the #YourVoiceMatters campaign, conducted among young people from Mostar. Local elections have not been held in Mostar for 12 years. It...
In Hungary, June is about cyberbullying due to a new campaign, and the timing is very topical. Experts say quarantine over the epidemic is causing an increase in online abuse. According to UNICEF...
Warning signs of racism and racial bullying:  Calling names  Physical damage of belongings  Violent attacks  Exclusion from the community Associating skin colour with personality traits  Being under...
In Sarajevo, in the week from June 8 to June 11, organized by the Faculty of Criminology, Criminology and Security Studies, Save the Children, UNICEF and the International Solidarity Forum - EMMAUS,...
Every year on 20th June the World Refugee Day is celebrated worldwide, however in the UK to commemorate the "contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees" a week long festival is organised....
'Nobody has any right to discriminate against you based on your race or ethnicity. Ever.' Luke, a 15-year-old activist.  Racism can be defined as a form of discrimination and/or bullying of a person...
The Hungarian Safer Internet Centre published a new short video on online bullying as part of the European Union Better Internet for Kids programme. The aim of the programme is to enable children...

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