Discover Children First awareness campaign created by the participants of the Children First’s Co-Creation Labs through their ideas, their creativity and the desire to stop to the under-researched phenomenon of teen dating violence
Rights and Justice
Discover the winners of the #ArtAgainstTeenDatingViolence contest organised as part of the Children First project.
As part of the ISEX Project, between April and May, we launched different focus groups about Comprehensive Sexuality Education at schools, bringing together about 30 teachers, coming from 5 middle and high schools located in different neighborhoods of Palermo.
Do you work or are you in touch with young visual artists, video-makers or writers? Spread the word!
We are looking for creative and thought-provoking artworks, capable of representing adolescents’ interpretation of a such delicate and under-researched theme, being teen dating violence.
Ensuring that everyone has living and working conditions that are conducive to good health.
Within the BASE project we have been promoting dialogue and cooperation between professionals from different support services and cultural mediators with different backgrounds, so they could meet, talk and analyse together how to support migrant girls and women victims of GBV in an integrated way.
ISEX offers a long-term program to support parents, grandparents, teachers, educators and teenagers in acquiring the tools needed to address human relationships and sexual education.
On the 22nd and 24th of February 2021 the ACTIVE team successfully conducted the train the trainers event about how to implement the training workshops in their countries, targeting sports coaches and professionals.
Two days of exchange, sharing and debate among BASE partners, professionals and cultural advisors with the aim to strength the network and develop strategies to support migrant women victims of GBV.
Even if during this period so many activities are paused, we managed to move forward and we continue providing support to third-country national women survivors of trafficking. We have developed Toolkit “Fanzines and coping with trauma” and started the implementation...
On February 9th, we celebrate the Safer Internet Day “Together for a better Internet”. With our projects we want to promote the conscious use of the web and digital civic education, both for young people and for adults, underlining how the web and information technologies can be important in our life, but we must be very careful how use them without incurring in offensive acts and/or be victims of that.
Learn more about how Europe is addressing the challenge of preventing teen dating violence, the form of gender-based violence occurring among adolescents and in their first relationships during Children First online International Conference on 28 January 2021.
Exploring Links between Trafficking and Labour Discussing Migration and Gender in the Context of a Pandemic
On the 10th of December, CESIE together with its project partners organised the Final Conference of the Tolerant project in order to present project’s main findings and foster international dialogue about social and labour integration of victims of trafficking.
Following the successful creation of the Toolkits, CEAR partners participated in a 4-day workshop with the aim of training all the members of the Consortium that will implement the strategies and guidelines outlined in the aforementioned handbook.
Highlights from the two-day online European workshop organized by EU funded project ACTIVE on October 14th & 15th. The aim of the workshop was to promote child protection policies in sports organizations in Greece, Cyprus, Italy and Portugal, by transferring know-how from Scottish organizations.