“Family First”, UNODC curriculum to strengthen Families

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Datum/Uhrzeit:
Date(s) - 08.08.2018
19:00 - 21:00

Ort:
Veranstaltungszentrum Seidengasse

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UNODC Programs to strengthen Families

Mr. Wadih MAALOUF

A  publication has been launched only last week: The INSPIRE Handbook: action for implementing the seven strategies for ending violence against children

 Violence is among the leading causes of death worldwide for people aged 1544 (World Health Organization: WHO Collaborating Centre for
Violence Prevention, 2010
), representing a widespread public health problem. Systems and programmes which help to prevent violence and reduce its impact are therefore urgently required.

There are a wide range of interventions which work to both reduce and prevent violence. One type of violence prevention strategy with scientific evidence is to develop safe, stable relationships between children and their parents and caregivers (World Health Organization: WHO Collaborating Centre for Violence Prevention, 2010). A supportive family environment is essential for the healthy development of children ( Krug, Dahlberg, Mercy, Zwi, & Lozano, 2002), making them more resilient to life’s challenges (Rutter, 1999; Stephenson & Helme, 2006)

 

Wednesday, 8. August 2018, at 19:00

1070 Wien,

Seidengasse 28 (im Hof: 2. Stiege)

Ring bell at: „Frauenföderation“

An Imbis will be shared at the end of the program

Please register with:

Renate Amesbauer: 0650 751 40 73, renate.amesb@gmail.com

Irmgard Mäntler: 0650 301 99 15, i.maentler@inode.at

Über den Autor

renatewien
Ergotherapeutin, 5 Töchter, ich versuche auf der ebene von NGO einen Beitrag zu leisten zu einer positiven Veränderung in der Gesellschaft, bzw. derartige Bemühungen anderer zu unterstützen; ich freue mich über - neue- Kontakte; ich bin überzeugt, dass die wertvollsten Entwicklungen gemeinsam geschehen! Ich schätze Austausch und Zusammenarbeit!