Early Moments Matter Campaign: Positive Parenting

01 June 2019
Positive parenting
UNICEF Serbia/2019

Belgrade, 1 June 2019 – As part of UNICEF’s first global Parenting Month, UNICEF in Serbia, together with the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, Ministry of Labour, Employment, Veteran and Social Policy and Cabinet of Minister without portfolio responsible for demography and population policy, is continuing its Early Moments Matter campaign. This year’s campaign will focus on positive parenting. 

With this campaign, we want to highlight the important role that parents and caregivers play in the development of their children, as they are the main architects of a child’s environment. 

From the first days of a child’s life, parents and caregivers provide the core ingredients for early brain development – nutrition, stimulation, love and protection and playful interactions.

With this campaign, we want to highlight the important role that parents and caregivers play in the development of their children, as they are the main architects of a child’s environment. 

That is why we are promoting positive parenting as a family lifestyle where a child is not an object of education, but rather a partner in learning, playing, and in life. 

A child is a strong personality, but regardless of how much a child seems to be mature in communicating and playing, there is always room for parents and caregivers to jump in.

Find out more in our Parenting Hub on the link here.

Media Contacts

Jadranka Milanovic

Communication Officer

UNICEF Serbia

Tel: + 381 11 3602 104

Tel: +381 63 336 283

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