👉 Launched in 2001, this annual campaign aims to increase existing programmes and develop new prevention measures. It unites over 930 governmental and non-governmental organisations in more than 135 countries, all together fighting to create a culture to prevent child abuse.
👧👦 Emphasys Centre supports these actions as well as this World Day by being one of the key partners in the European Erasmus+ Project “STOP – Stop child abuse through effective training and augmented reality”. The project aims to provide an innovative answer to the issue of adverse childhood experience that affects youth in Europe, by offering an innovative learning methodology to youth workers to fight child abuse.
Thanks to the STOP project, a training plan for youth workers’ professional development, guidelines as well as an Augmented Reality Game with pedagogical functions are going to be developed.
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