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Real Lives - 2009

© UNICEF Montenegro / 2009

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

Here are the Real Lives stories published by UNICEF Montenegro in 2009.

Juveniles in conflict with the law perform in the theatre play based on their life stories
December 2009 - The Theatre Play "On both right and wrong track" is part of UNICEF Montenegro initiative to support comprehensive juvenile justice system reform.

Prime Minister and UNICEF Representative host a reception for CRC@20
December 2009 - The Theatre Play "On both right and wrong track" is part of UNICEF Montenegro initiative to support comprehensive juvenile justice system reform.

UN CRC printed in Braille alphabet for the first time in Montenegro
December 2009 - The Theatre Play "On both right and wrong track" is part of UNICEF Montenegro initiative to support comprehensive juvenile justice system reform.

Pljevaljski tamburasi promote active fathers
December 2009 - The Theatre Play "On both right and wrong track" is part of UNICEF Montenegro initiative to support comprehensive juvenile justice system reform.

Ulcinj basketball team promotes active fathers
December 2009 - The Theatre Play "On both right and wrong track" is part of UNICEF Montenegro initiative to support comprehensive juvenile justice system reform.

Vukasin Poleksic, famous Montenegrin goal keeper, promotes active fathers
December 2009 - The Theatre Play "On both right and wrong track" is part of UNICEF Montenegro initiative to support comprehensive juvenile justice system reform.

Andrijana Bozovic, famous Montenegrin singer, promotes exclusive breastfeeding in baby friendly maternity ward in Bar
December 2009 - The Theatre Play "On both right and wrong track" is part of UNICEF Montenegro initiative to support comprehensive juvenile justice system reform.

Milos Scepanovic, famous waterpolo player and a spokesperson for the campaign "The Early Years-An Opportunity of a Lifetime" plays waterpolo with children
December 2009 - The Theatre Play "On both right and wrong track" is part of UNICEF Montenegro initiative to support comprehensive juvenile justice system reform.

Being a father is an opportunity of a lifetime - Member of national basketball team, Djuro Ostojic, reads a story to preschool children in the capital
December 2009 - The Theatre Play "On both right and wrong track" is part of UNICEF Montenegro initiative to support comprehensive juvenile justice system reform.

UNICEF and the Ministry of Health start an awareness raising campaign "The Early Years - An Opportunity of a Lifetime"
December 2009 - The Theatre Play "On both right and wrong track" is part of UNICEF Montenegro initiative to support comprehensive juvenile justice system reform.

Ministry Of Justice, Unicef And EC Support Discussions On The First Draft Of Montenegro’s Juvenile Justice Law
December 2009 - The Theatre Play "On both right and wrong track" is part of UNICEF Montenegro initiative to support comprehensive juvenile justice system reform.

School without violence - Creating a safe and protective environment in schools
PODGORICA, May 19, 2009 – Research in eight Montenegrin primary schools found that 48% of children had experienced some form of violence such as bullying by their peers in the last couple of months.

Rambo Amadeus promotes alternatives to physical punishment
December 2009 - The Theatre Play "On both right and wrong track" is part of UNICEF Montenegro initiative to support comprehensive juvenile justice system reform.

 

 

 

 

Did you know that...

• About 430 children are placed in 6 institutions in Montenegro

• Proportional to its population, Montenegro’s number of children in institutions is one of the highest figures in the World Health Organization regions of Europe and Central Asia.

• 50 years of research indicate that infants who are placed in institutional care will suffer delays in physical and psychological growth

• Children learn 50% of all they will ever learn in their first year

• They learn another 25% in their second year

• 20% of children in the orphanage in Bijela are under three years old

• Only about 15 children in Bijela do not have a living parent


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