Anti-bullying video

Março 11, 2014 às 12:00 pm | Publicado em Vídeos | Deixe um comentário
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Many young people experience bullying at some point in their lives. Since the proliferation of the Internet with its chat rooms, social media sites and instant messaging, we have seen a serious increase in the phenomenon of cyberbullying.

Article 19 of the UNCRC clearly stipulates the right of every child to be free from violence: this includes also any form of bullying.

We at Children of Prisoners Europe are concerned about the increase of threats, intimidation and the serious psychological and social issues that result from cyberbullying. With the financial support of the Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Programme of the European Union, we have therefore created a video message aimed at adults and children alike to show how widespread this problem actually is and launch a call to action from all actors in different  sectors.

In June 2014 there will be a virtual march across global websites against all forms of bullying, including cyberbullying. This is being organised by BeatBullying which is an international bullying prevention charity working and campaigning to make bullying unacceptable, in the UK and across Europe. We need to stop this type of intimidation. Join The Big March 2014.

Hidden violence : protecting young children at home

Julho 8, 2012 às 12:00 pm | Publicado em Estudos sobre a Criança | Deixe um comentário
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Violence against young children is often hidden from view when it takes place in the home and the family. Articles in this issue of ECM explore the need for good data on how many children are affected, and for better evidence about what works to tackle violence in the home; among the strategies discussed in this issue are programmes to strengthen families, engage fathers in the early years and challenge social norms. Contributions include an interview with Maud de Boer-Buquicchio on the Council of Europe’s action plan; Professors Jack Shonkoff and Nathan Fox on the neuroscience of children’s exposure to violence in the home; Marta Santos Pais, UN Special Representative on violence against children, discussing what legislation can do; Chris Mikton on the WHO’s quest for evidence and UNICEF on their approach to violence in the home; and contributions from the Netherlands, Sweden, Brazil, Uganda and Peru among others.

El derecho de los niños y las niñas a jugar Análisis de la importancia del juego en las vidas de niños y niñas de todo el mundo

Julho 6, 2012 às 12:00 pm | Publicado em Estudos sobre a Criança | Deixe um comentário
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El presente cuaderno se centra en el derecho  de los niños a jugar como elemento diferenciador del artículo 31 de la Convención sobre los Derechos del Niño de las Naciones Unidas, 1989 (CDN). Su objetivo es proporcionar una base a partir de la cual explorar lo que significa “el derecho del niño al juego” en las diferentes partes del mundo, así como en la CDN, y explica por qué es necesario reconocer, respetar y promover el juego como un derecho, lo cual no es tarea fácil. Las posturas con respecto al juego de los niños son muy variadas, pasando por aquellos que lo rechazan por considerarlo una pérdida de tiempo o algo trivial, aquello que lo prohíben como si fuera algo peligroso o subversivo y aquellos que lo adoptan como un mecanismo de aprendizaje o socialización.

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