Starting date: 15/01/2021
Duration in months: 24
GRANT AGREEMENT NUMBER: 101005870
Programme: REC Action Grant - European Union’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (2014-2020)
Project lead: MAGYARORSZAGI TERRE DES HOMMES ALAPITVANY LAUSANNE - Tdh in HU (Hungary)
- FUNDATIA TERRE DES HOMMES ELVETIA - Tdh in Romania (Romania)
- HRABRI TELEFON - BRAVE PHONE (Croatia)
- CENTER FOR YOUTH INTEGRATION - CIM (Serbia)
- INSTITUT PO SOTSIALNI DEYNOSTI I PRAKTIKI - SAPI (Bulgaria)
The REVIS project brings together five experienced child protection organizations from South-Eastern Europe which have a rich experience in advancing progressive principles in reducing violence against children, building capacity and knowledge amongst childcare professionals and empowering children to be an integral part of the debate and participate in tackling harmful practices.
The overall goal of the project is to prevent, combat and respond to peer violence among children; to create space for children to become social influencers to develop solutions to the problem.
The expected impacts are:
- Increased awareness and capacity of relevant professionals (pedagogical staff, social workers, youth clubs’ staff etc.) in challenging harmful social norms and behaviours and promoting positive ones.
- Increased awareness and capacity of children in challenging harmful social norms and behaviours and promoting positive ones.
- Increased capacity of children in identifying opportunities for intervention and challenging bystander attitude in case of peer violence
- Children act as social influencers on preventing, combating and responding to peer violence through self-developed solutions
- Increased access to methodologies and best practices on how to effectively address harmful social norms and empower children in developing their own solutions in preventing, combating and responding to peer violence.
- Increased access of parents to guidance information on how to detect, deal with and respond to episodes of peer violence and how harmful social norms and behaviours lead to peer violence.
REVIS will have a multiplier effect: the project results will be enhanced by using the ChildHub platform for dissemination and interaction between professionals, partners’ networks and other regional and thematic events.
This project is co-funded by the Rights, Equality, Citizenship Programme 2014-2020 of the European Union (80%)