Items tagged with 'Violence prevention'

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In their extensive 2012 report, UNICEF, working in partnership with the Council of Europe and the Norwegian government, highlighted the importance of eradicating all forms of violence from...
The book was writen with the aim to explain the cultural and psychological underpinnings of violence among youth; to assess the effect of programs already adopted by schools; and to galvanize...
U  Banja Luci je 16.juna 2016.godine održan trening za profesionalce koji rade sa djecom i za djecu, na temu Multidisciplinarni pristup u radu i prevenciji neadekvatnih oblika ponašanja djece i...
How can social norms theory inform violence prevention work?    Is violence a social norm? What is the difference between a "social" and a "cultural" norm? Can social norms be measured? These are...
Violence is a leading cause of death, disability and health care use worldwide. Violence is a complex problem and can only be understood and reduced though a multidisciplinary approach. This course...
Our Children Foundation in Bulgaria presents its project “Better Protected Children” which aims to address the way Bulgarian society and professionals understand the safety of children at risk when...
This workshop manual is dedicated specially, but not limited, to professional and young leaders that are engaged in activities with boys and young men of 12 years and older, to develop a set of...
The Center for Information and Documentation on Child Rights from the Republic of Moldova (CRIC) launches an interactive application "Dragos' Challenges” which aims at prompting children to be aware...
Ujedinjeni Arapski Emirati su u partnerstvu sa Velikom Britanijom bili domacin ovogodišnjeg WePROTECT samita, koji se održao 16-17 novembra/studenog 2015. Cilj ovogodišnjeg samita je pomoći zemljama...
This document provides messages on how to better protect children and adults from harm and various kinds of violence. It is relevant for communities, children and parents. Numerous assessments have...

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