For rising children in France
Aims of raising awareness The project aims to open French young people’s minds to various cultures, to raise their awareness to the situation and rights of children in the world and to impart to them the meaning of solidarity. This awareness allows them to get social and civic skills, to learn (...)
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IN THE SLUMS OF MADURAI (records)
A children’s club is… • A place where a child receives school support, with an innovative pedagogy differing from the very traditional Indian public education • A place where a child is safe : where he/she can play and study without being disturbed, reconnect with his/her childhood, far from bad (...)
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in barracks, then in new villages (records)
A play center is... a safe area where children can play freely. Playing allows children to grow up and rise, it promotes learning and self-confidence. The goals The main mission for CDE is to make Adista organization autonomous, so that its efforts become self-sustaining. Strengthening Adista (...)
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Interview with Dorothée, co-author of "Another world is possible" (records)
When meeting James for the first time, I was struck by the warmth and serenity that he conveys. Yet, his story is not an easy one. An orphan at a very early age, James grew up in the streets and then in an orphanage. The isolation and the poor teaching of the educators in the institution in (...)
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clinician psychologist and co-founder of Enfants Réfugiés du Monde (ERM)
You have a great experience in helping refugee children through play. But may playing games not be “futile” in situations of great distress? Play is absolutely essential to children; it is inseparable from their quality of life. By playing, the child develops on the physical, cognitive, (...)
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