A slap does not stay on the face, but in the heart

A short video was created by the National Network for Children and PULSE Foundation within the project “Children Help movement Against Physical Threatening and Emotional Repression” with the financial support of the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme of the European Union. The statistic in the video is based on a national representative survey, conducted by…

BROCHURES, LEAFLETS AND POSTERS CREATED WITHIN THE PROJECT

All informational and educational materials are available online here: Brochure children 3-6 y. o. English Brochure children 3-6 y. o. Portuguese Brochure children 8-12 y. o. English Brochure children 8-12 y. o. Portuguese Brochure for parents English Brochure for parents Portuguese CHAPTER leaflets English CHAPTER poster 1 English CHAPTER poster 2 English CHAPTER posters Portuguese…

Handbook ‘My personal body – respect and self-esteem’

A series of informational and educational materials was created and disseminated within the project. One of them is the HANDBOOK ‘My personal body – respect and self-esteem’. It is a practical guide for trainers created by the PULSE Foundation team. You can download the handbook from here – Handbook “My personal body – respect and self-esteem’ All annexes…

Microanalysis

This microanalysis is being developed under the project ‘Chapter – Children’s Help Against Physical Threatening and Emotional Repression’, implemented under the Grant Agreement with Reg. No. JUST / 2015 / RDAP / AG / CORP / 9176. The purpose of the analysis is to investigate the use of “corporal punishment” in the context of understanding…

Survey of the parent’s attitudes on the corporal punishment in Bulgaria and in Portugal

A national representative research was carried out in Bulgaria within the project “Chapter: Children Help movement against Physical Threatening and Emotional Repression”. The project is implemented by the PULS Foundation, Pernik in partnership with the National Network for Children, EVRIS – Iceland, UMAR – Portugal and Hope for Children – Cyprus. The project is funded…

The Convention on the Rights of the Child

Human rights law defines a child as any human being below the age of 18. In 2014, UNICEF estimated the total number of children in the world at 2.2 billion (The State of the World’s Children 2014 In Numbers: Every Child Counts). Children are human beings, so they have exactly the same human rights as…