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Pregnancy and Early Childhood Development communication package

"It's about ability" booklets for children and teachers

Govorimo o mogućnostima - knjižice za djecu i nastavnike

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2013

Resources & documents published by UNICEF Montenegro in 2013

The State of the World's Children 2013 - Children with Disabilities



English version - Montenegrin version

Uputstvo za implementaciju međupredmetne oblasti Obrazovanje u oblasti vanrednih situacija izazvanih prirodnim katastrofama kroz obavezne predmetne programe u osnovnoj školi
Instructions for teaching and integrating into the primary school mandatory subjects a cross-curricular subject "Education in Relation to Emergencies Caused by Natural Disasters"
(English version - Montenegrin version)

 

Vodič za postupanje u vanrednim situacijama
Guidelines for behaviour in emergencies

Study on the obstacles education in Montenegro
Focus on Roma and Egyptian children - UNICEF Montenegro / Ipsos - 2013


English version - Montenegrin version

 

Priručnik za škole
"Škola bez nasilja - ka sigurnom i podsticajnom okruženju za djecu"

Manual for schools
"School without violence - creating a safe environment for children"

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Brošura za roditelje
"Škola bez nasilja - za sigurno i podsticajno okruženje u školama"

Manual for parents
"School without violence - creating a safe school environment"

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