17 February 2022

Parenting schools for active fathers

Podgorica, 17 February 2022 – Bojan, Ivan, Filip, Marko, Miso, Slobodan, Bojan and Nikola are showing that fathers, just like mothers, want to be involved in the upbringing and development of their children. The eight of them are members of a group of parents of different ages, occupations and parenting experiences. Nevertheless, they are…, I notice that I have stopped saying “no” so often and that I am using different methods to explain to my daughter when she is not allowed to do something. I try to make it sound affirmative, and not energetic and prohibiting., Slobodan Volaric, programme participant Slobodan Volaric UNICEF Montenegro / Dusko Miljanic / 2022 Slobodan Volaric, a father of two Marko Cacic, a father of two, adds that he started applying the methods he learned during the programme both consciously and unconsciously. “Now, I react differently to situations that were seriously undermining my…, This programme is more than necessary and effective for future generations., Marko Cacic, programme participant Marko Cacic UNICEF Montenegro / Dusko Miljanic / 2022 Marko Cacic, a father of two Father of a three-year-old boy, Ivan Canovic, believes that both fathers and mothers should participate in parenting programmes. The father should be involved and play his role. Ivan Canovic, programme participant Ivan Canovic…, “We wanted to normalize the fact that the father has an important and irreplaceable role in his child’s growing up and to show how important it is to have fathers assume the role that belongs to them.”, Darija Petovic Bambur, programme facilitator Darija Petovic Bambur UNICEF Montenegro / Dusko Miljanic / 2022 Darija Petovic Bambur, a psychotherapist and one of the programme facilitators, in Podgorica “Caring Families” is part of a suite of parenting programmes whose objective is to foster positive relationships between children and parents in…