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Real Lives - 2010

Real Lives tells the stories of children in Montenegro and the CEECIS region whose lives have been touched by UNICEF.

Danas djeca Crne Gore – sjutra građani Evrope
PODGORICA, 29. novembar, 2010. – Dvije trećine mladih u Crnoj Gori podržava učlanjenje CG u EU, pokazalo je istraživanje medju učenicima srednjih škola, koje je urađeno na osnovu preporuka sa konferencije Zapadnog Balkana u Miločeru

Inkluzija djece sa smetnjama u razvoju - Osnovna škola 'Savo Ilić'
KOTOR, November 23, 2010 - Istraživanje sprovedeno u avgustu 2010, kao i UNICEF-ovo iskustvo sa terena, ukazuju na to da postoji značajna socijalna disitanca prema djeci sa smetnjama u razvoju.

Inclusion of children with disability - Primary School 'Savo Ilic' in Kotor
KOTOR, November 23, 2010 - A survey conducted in August 2010 as well as UNICEF’s on the ground experience have revealed considerable social distance towards children with disabilities.

Montenegro's children today - EU citizens tomorrow
PODGORICA November 29, 2010 – Two thirds of Montenegro’s youth support accession to the EU, a survey conducted among high school students has revealed.

Govorimo o mogućnostima na crnogorskom primorju: Sjednice lokalnih parlamenata u Baru i Tivtu
BAR, TIVAT - 11, 16 NOVEMBAR 2010 - Kampanja ‘Govorimo o mogućnostima’ obišla je prošle sedmice i crnogorsko primorje – o djeci sa smetnjama u razvoju razgovaralo se dva lokalna parlamenta u Baru i Tivtu.

Kampanja Govorimo o mogućnostima u lokalnim parlamentima Andrijevice, Rožaja i Berana
ANDRIJEVICA, ROŽAJE, BERANE, 28 Oktobar – 1 Novembar, 2010 – Šefica predstavništva UNICEF-a Nola Skiner, zajedno sa visokim zvaničnicima Vlade i opština i predstavnicima Udruženja roditelja djece sa smetnjama u razvoju i djece i mladih

Edukativno komunikacioni materijal o trudnoći i ranom razvoju
PODGORICA, 29. novembar, 2010. – Dvije trećine mladih u Crnoj Gori podržava učlanjenje CG u EU, pokazalo je istraživanje medju učenicima srednjih škola, koje je urađeno na osnovu preporuka sa konferencije Zapadnog Balkana u Miločeru

Pregnancy and early childhood communication materials presented in several Montenegrin cities
PODGORICA, 29. novembar, 2010. – Dvije trećine mladih u Crnoj Gori podržava učlanjenje CG u EU, pokazalo je istraživanje medju učenicima srednjih škola, koje je urađeno na osnovu preporuka sa konferencije Zapadnog Balkana u Miločeru

It’s About Ability in Andrijevica, Berane and Rozaje
ANDRIJEVICA, ROZAJE, BERANE, 28 October – 1 November, 2010 - The "It's About Ability" campaign took to the road again this week and visited Andrijevica, Berane and Rozaje

It's About Ability - Local Parliament discussions in Bar and Tivat
BAR, NOVEMBER 12, 2010 - TIVAT, NOVEMBER 16, 2010 - The ‘It’s about ability’ campaign reached the coast of Montenegro last week by taking the discussion on inclusion of children with disabilities into two local parliaments: Bar and Tivat.

Djeca razgovaraju o inkluziji sa ambasadorima
KOLAŠIN, 30. OKTOBAR 2010. – U okviru kampanje "Govorimo o mogućnostima", više od 30-oro djece i mladih iz Kolašina, Mojkovca, Berana i Podgorice sreli su se u Kolašinu da razgovaraju o inkluziji sa visokim zvaničnicima Vlade i inostranim diplomatama

Radionica OneMinutesJr u Podgorici
PODGORICA, 17 – 21 septembar, 2010 - U okviru kampanje o inkluziji djece sa smetnjama u razvoju pod nazivom ‘Govorimo o mogućnostima’, devetnaest tinejdžera učestvovalo je u petodnevnoj filmskoj radionici u Podgorici organizovanoj od strane UNICEF-a.

OneMinutesJr workshop in Podgorica
PODGORICA, 17 – 21 September, 2010 - Within the campaign for inclusion of children with disabilities “It’s about ability”, 19 teenagers participated in a five-day video-workshop in Podgorica organized by UNICEF.

Children discuss inclusion with Ambassadors
KOLASIN, OCTOBER 30, 2010 – Within the “It’s about ability” campaign, more than 30 children and young people from Kolasin, Mojkovac, Berane, Bijelo Polje and Podgorica met in Kolasin with Government officials and senior diplomats from the EU Delegation

The 'Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities' is presented to the Montenegrin public
Podgorica, Montenegro - 28 September 2010 - Children with disabilities are currently enjoying more visibility than ever in Montenegro.

OneMinutesJr workshop in Montenegro - Day 5
PODGORICA, Montenegro - September 21, 2010 - The final day of the OneMinutesJr workshop in Podgorica has come and we are working with the participants on the last touches for their films - titles, music and subtitles where needed.

OneMinutesJr workshop in Montenegro - Day 4
PODGORICA, Montenegro - September 20, 2010 - On the fourth day of the OneMinutesJr workshop in Podgorica, it is time to finish the filming and get to the editing tables.

OneMinutesJr workshop in Montenegro - Day 3
PODGORICA, Montenegro - September 19, 2010 - The third day of a OneMinutesJr workshop is traditionally "the big filming day". We have about 10 films on the agenda for today and so we really need to get the logistics right if we want to make it.

OneMinutesJr workshop in Montenegro - Day 2
September 19, 2010 - The second day of the OneMinutesJr workshop in Montenegro starts with an introduction to different film techniques used in OneMinutesJr videos before we continue with more discussions with the participants on their film ideas.

OneMinutesJr workshop in Montenegro - Day 1
PODGORICA, Montenegro - September 17, 2010 - 19 teenagers from Montenegro have gathered in a conference room in the center of the capital Podgorica today to kick-off a OneMinutesJr video workshop.

Day Care Centre for children with disabilities opened in Niksic Municipality
NIKSIC, June 14, 2010 - The second Day Care Centre for children with disabilities was opened in Montenegro in Niksic municipality on Monday, 14 June 2010.

Montenegrin judges and police officers learn about juvenile justice and international law
MILOCER, March 1-5, 2010 - More than 50 judges and police officers attended specialized training on “Child Rights – International law and juvenile justice” organized in the first week of March in Milocer.

Future staff of the Day Care Centre in Niksic learn how to work with children with disabilities in a new setting
NIKSIC, 12/16 April, 2010 - The Day Care Centre in the Montenegrin municipality of Niksic is expected to start admitting children with disabilities at the end of May 2010.

Using a Child Centred Approach to Working with Children Preparing to Leave Institutional Care
With UNICEF’s support, intensive interaction has been introduced in Montenegro in 2009.

Promoting participation in Montenegro
PODGORICA, 29. novembar, 2010. – Dvije trećine mladih u Crnoj Gori podržava učlanjenje CG u EU, pokazalo je istraživanje medju učenicima srednjih škola, koje je urađeno na osnovu preporuka sa konferencije Zapadnog Balkana u Miločeru

Final conference on ‘Juvenile Justice System Reform’ Project
PODGORICA, 29. novembar, 2010. – Dvije trećine mladih u Crnoj Gori podržava učlanjenje CG u EU, pokazalo je istraživanje medju učenicima srednjih škola, koje je urađeno na osnovu preporuka sa konferencije Zapadnog Balkana u Miločeru

Children with disabilities develop with positive human interaction
PODGORICA, 29. novembar, 2010. – Dvije trećine mladih u Crnoj Gori podržava učlanjenje CG u EU, pokazalo je istraživanje medju učenicima srednjih škola, koje je urađeno na osnovu preporuka sa konferencije Zapadnog Balkana u Miločeru

Alternatives to institutionalisation of children
PODGORICA, 29. novembar, 2010. – Dvije trećine mladih u Crnoj Gori podržava učlanjenje CG u EU, pokazalo je istraživanje medju učenicima srednjih škola, koje je urađeno na osnovu preporuka sa konferencije Zapadnog Balkana u Miločeru

Building Capacity at Day Care Centre Niksic
PODGORICA, 29. novembar, 2010. – Dvije trećine mladih u Crnoj Gori podržava učlanjenje CG u EU, pokazalo je istraživanje medju učenicima srednjih škola, koje je urađeno na osnovu preporuka sa konferencije Zapadnog Balkana u Miločeru

Social workers and staff from Centre for Children and Youth 'Ljubovic' learn about international standards and juvenile justice
PODGORICA, 29. novembar, 2010. – Dvije trećine mladih u Crnoj Gori podržava učlanjenje CG u EU, pokazalo je istraživanje medju učenicima srednjih škola, koje je urađeno na osnovu preporuka sa konferencije Zapadnog Balkana u Miločeru

Intensive interaction theraphy introduced in Montenegro's children institutions
PODGORICA, 29. novembar, 2010. – Dvije trećine mladih u Crnoj Gori podržava učlanjenje CG u EU, pokazalo je istraživanje medju učenicima srednjih škola, koje je urađeno na osnovu preporuka sa konferencije Zapadnog Balkana u Miločeru

Montenegrin prosecutors learn about international standards in juvenile justice
PODGORICA, 29. novembar, 2010. – Dvije trećine mladih u Crnoj Gori podržava učlanjenje CG u EU, pokazalo je istraživanje medju učenicima srednjih škola, koje je urađeno na osnovu preporuka sa konferencije Zapadnog Balkana u Miločeru


 

 

 

 

Intensive Interaction

Intensive interaction is a fun-process - it means playing, laughing and learning with children with disabilities.

Through the kind of interactive play that babies and parents do children with disabilities learn fundamental communication and social abilities.

Intensive interaction involves eye-contact, facial expression, physical contact and body language, expanding sequence of behaviours with the child.

Research shows that children and adults with severe learning disabilities can start making progress if we use these spontaneous and natural teaching methods with them.


Alternatives to Placing Children in Institutions

No child under three years should be placed in residential care without a parent.

When high quality institutions are used as an emergency measure, research has suggested that the length of stay should be no more than 3 months. 

That is why the development of alternatives to institutionalized forms of protection is a top priority.


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