Stronger Children – Less Violence!

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  • To promote the acquisition of skills to make a non-violent and peaceful cooperation possible between young children
  • To prepare children for the transfer from kindergarten to primary school
  • To develop a manual to be used by educators in teaching contexts


  • Research into pay activities that respond to the needs and interests of preschool children related to the following content: rules, emotions, conflicts, trust and responsibility, diversity, senses and perception, communication, I and the group / the group and myself
  • Development of a manual for educators that contains a theoretical part about the non-violence and a collection of games and exercises


  • Handbook for educators. The handbook is a combination of practical background knowledge as well as a collection of games and exercises. The idea is to develop an open program that lives from the input and experiences of educators and kindergarten teachers


  • Coordinator: TVV e.V. – Thuringian Association of Adult Education (Germany)
  • BNCYTP- Bulgarian Network for Child and Youth Trafficking Prevention (Bulgaria)
  • CECE – Spanish Confederation of Education and Training Centres (Spain)
  • Docete Omnes (Spain)
  • Multinational Education Centre of Birmingham (United Kingdom)
  • HRDC – Hellenic Regional Development Centre (Greece)

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Date of the project

06/12/2009 – 05/12/2011

DG of reference

DG Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship – Daphne III – Multilateral Project



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