Teachers and youth workers have a noble mission and their work is invaluable. They provide children and youth with knowledge and skills for life and attempt to empower them for facing different situations in the future. Teachers and youth workers often have to deal with an overwhelming amount of administration instead of dedicating all their energy and attention to children and youth and acquiring new valuable knowledge and skills. As a result, this concentrated handbook was created in order to help teachers and youth workers who will address dating violence as a topic with different users.
The handbook itself is based on experiences from previous workshops that had already been carried out and on feedback from participants and their mentors/teachers.
“I would like to say that I really enjoyed the workshops. The students were active all the time. You used different approaches and knew how to motivate them. Above all, it was an interesting topic, as there is still too little discussion about these topics. Many situations that are violent or covertly violent are not known about by students because they are unaware of what is really happening to them. I think that this work encouraged students to think, pay more attention and behave differently in everyday life, especially in relation to their classmates and peers.” (M.G., Teacher of Slovene language)
The handbook is available for free download. We will appreciate your feedback.
This project is co-funded by the Bridge 47 project. The contents of this post are the sole responsibility of Azum Institute and can under no circumstances be regarded as reflecting the position of the European Union.