Never violence - The abolition of corporal punishment in Sweden
Booklet about the Swedish legislation on corporal punishment, about how the process of the legislation and about the present situation in Sweden today 30 years later. A co-production between Save the Children Sweden and the Swedish Ministry of Health and Social Affairs.
Protect the children
This book gives a background for understanding the child and practical advice on how to support the child affected by violence. It underscores the role of the frontline worker to become the child's trusted helper. What you say to the child in the first moments can make a difference between the child trusting you and getting help, or losing hope.
Listening Learning Acting
Save the Children has developed this book as part of a package of learning materials for child rights workers and staff in child rights organisations about relevant measures to protect children. The book is about understanding how we as adults in our various roles as parents and professionals can prevent and protect children from violence.
Listendoll is an illustrated storybook for children from the age of four and upwards who have suffered trauma and a difficult life situation. It is the story of a doll who faces a terrible wind that blows her life apart. She is taken by a wise bird to the forest where the trees tell her a secret: “Bad things happen, they just do, but you are still you.” The trees teach her to listen in a new way that gives her strength and perspective.
Child-led Disaster Risk Reduction - a practical guide
This guide illustrates the steps that have been taken in Asia to replicate a successful Child-led Disaster Risk Reduction (CLDRR) program, originally piloted in Cuba. Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) consists of both the reduction of vulnerability to disasters and the preparedness for when disasters do occur.
Increasingly, parents are being advised to use “positive discipline” But parents often ask, “What is positive discipline and how do I do it?". This manual provides concrete answers to those questions.
Getting it Right for Children
Written in accessible language, Getting it Right for Children explains how to adapt every stage of the programme cycle so that it works to make children’s rights a reality. It sets out the practical steps you need to take, answers frequently asked questions and addresses real-world constraints and concerns.
Tell Me More!
This report presents children’s views on how they best can prevent themselves from HIV infection. It is often a sensitive issue to talk about children and sexuality, and it is also rare to link HIV/AIDS to children’s rights.
Neither War nor Peace
The shocking reality presented here challenges the traditional parameters of definitions such as armed conflict, crime and delinquency; a reality that for many young people who live it daily is Neither War nor Peace