To infringe school rules, indiscipline, the lack of attachment to rules can lead to corporal punishment and other forms of violent behaviour against children by the family and the school staff.
Polibienestar has presented NOPUNISH to 40 education professionals (teachers, psychologists, and educators for children with special needs) in an international event in Ruse (Bulgaria).
On the 31st of October, in Ruse, the Polibienestar Research Institute has presented the objectives of our project in the long-life education seminar “Improving the learning opportunities for children with Special Education Needs”, organised within the ICF-CY project, funded by the ERASMUS+ Programme.
More than 40 education professionals, teachers, special educators and psychologists attended to the capacity building seminar, that will continue until the 31st of January 2018 as a blended learning experience.
The University of Burgos has presented the NOPUNISH project at the Semana Solidaria organised on the 24th of October.
PhD. Mar Jimenez, PhD. Feliz Valbuena and PhD. Esther Gómez, all involved in this European project, introduced the project to the university staff and students for raising awareness about corporal punishment and children’s rights.
Interview from 00:8:34 to 00:10:19 (Spanish)
Press release (Spanish) announcing the event: DIARIO_DE_BURGOS_20171025_067-AGENDA
On the 10th of May, more than 40 experts in the field of child protection, from several European countries, met in Craiova.