Campaigns

Overview

End Violence (2017)

End Violence Online (2016)

Preschool for All

Every child needs a family

It's about ability

The Early Years - An Opportunity of a Life Time campaign (2009)

 

End Violence (2017)

 

UNICEF research from December 2016 shows that there is generally low awareness of Montenegrin society about what is violence, as well as high tolerance towards violence. One in two citizens find corporal punishment of chidren acceptable and believe that yelling at the child is not violence.

Moreover, one-third of citizens think that slapping and threatening children are not forms of violence, while one quarter do not recognize blackmailing as violence in the upbringing of children. Majority of citizens (77 per cent) believe that parents should not allow children to question their decisions.

“End Violence“ campaign initiatied by the Government of Montenegro and UNICEF, with EU support, will spark a public debate on violence against children in Montenegro.

The aim of the campaign is to raise awareness that raising children without violence does not mean encouraging parenting which is too permissive.

In particular, the campaign will promote and support parents to implement the best parenting practices in order to raise children without violence and to ensure that they grow up into healthy adults who respect themselves and others.

In line with the request coming from the majority of Montenegrin citizens (77 per cent) who think that parents should be provided with support to raise children without violence, the campaign calls on the entire society, and particularly on the experts, to unite with parents in the search for solutions which will allow both parents and their children to grow together.

Latest news from the campaign

Museum of Family Memories opened in Budva
BUDVA, 21 March 2017 – A shabby belt, a locked lock, a woman’s scarf are only some of the items telling true stories on display at the Museum of Family Memories that set on its journey in Budva.

U Budvi otvoren “Muzej porodičnih sjećanja”
BUDVA, 21. MART, 2017. - Pohabani kaiš, zaključana brava, ženski šal... To su samo neki od eksponata koji pričaju istinite priče iz "Muzeja porodičnih sjećanja", koji je svoje putovanje započeo u Budvi.

Public discussion on parenting held in Kotor
KOTOR, 21 March 2017 - Kotor was the second stop for the Museum of Family Memories.

U Kotoru organizovan javni razgovor o roditeljstvu
KOTOR, 21. MART, 2017. - Kotor je bio druga stanica "Muzeja porodičnog sjećanja" čija će postavka narednih dana posjetioce podsjećati na uspomene iz djetinjstva, ali i opominjati na to da mnoga djeca odrastaju uz nasilje.

“End Violence” conference sparks a public debate on parenting in Montenegro
PODGORICA, Montenegro, 27 February, 2017 – Violence, neglect and dysfunctional parenting have long term costs for children, their families and societies, but can be prevented through stronger public health and child protection interventions.

Konferencija „Zaustavimo nasilje“ započela javnu debatu o nenaslinom vaspitavanju djece u Crnoj Gori
PODGORICA, 27. februar, 2017. – Nasilje, zanemarivanje i disfunkcionalno roditeljstvo imaju dugoročne posljedice po djecu, njihove porodice i društvo, ali se isto može spriječiti kroz jačanje intervencija u sektoru zdravstva i dječje zaštite.

 

 
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