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Discover the publications we produced within our projects. They are created for the use of professionals, children or the large audience.
REVIS, a project that ”united children and made them kinder”, as they confessed, had a huge impact on the participating schools and communities. In Romania, REVIS project involved  10 schools and 400 children guided by 20 facilitators who participated in 20 workshops, 2 national training courses…
As they want to protect their colleagues and reduce violence in school, children of Bechet Theoretic Highschool (Romania) participating in the REVIS project made a poster through which they promote a non-violent attitude. The solution they propose in this poster is communication, because they…
Young people from six Romanian highschools participating in the REVIS programme made creative projects through which they gave original responses to the school violence issue.  By posters, drawings, wall paintings, theatre plays staged by themselves, the pupils encourage children worldwide to take…
This video presents the anti-violence project developed by pupils from Theoretical Highschool of Bechet (Romania) involved in the REVIS programme. They made drawings, painted the passage way walls, created posters,  applied message stickers on stairs, worked as a team, supported each other,…
Andreea’s story is the story of every child bullied or intimidated by school colleagues. The Technological Highschool teenagers  of Melinesti (Romania) involved in the REVIS project wrote, staged and performed a theatre play through which they urge their colleagues to take a stand against school…
This brochure was made by the 12th grade pupils of ”Al. Macedonski” Technological Highschool of Melinești (Romania) within the REVIS project, with the purpose of informing their colleagues regarding the bullying phenomenon in school. This is an informative leaflet in Romanian language, with a well…
School violence is an unresolved situation that pupils have to face and try to manage somehow. For this purpose, they need help and guidance from teachers and school counsellors. Within the REVIS project (Responding to peer violence among children in schools and adjacent settings), Terre des hommes…
The video describes how Tdh set up its emergency operations in the Ukraine, Moldova, Romania and Hungary.
The video describes the work of Tdh with refugee families, and how mobile teams can bring laughs and positive energy to families accommodated in apartments, hotels, and with Moldovan families. 
Violence among children can take various forms, from physical and verbal violence to violence on social media networks, from intimidation to psychological abuse and discrimination. REVIS project (“Responding to peer violence among children in schools and adjacent settings") is aimed at preventing…
This video was created with the support of children and teenagers who participated in consultations in the I-RESTORE project ("Better protecting child victim rights through restorative justice""). They present their views on restorative justice and practices, conflict mediation and the situation of…
The aim of this handbook is to promote a culture of democracy through the empowerment and development of parental competencies through parenting skills, attitudes, values and thinking in many ways that parents can passed on to their children. The way of raising children is a personal and private…
The aim of this handbook is to promote a culture of democracy through the empowerment and development of parental competencies through parenting skills, attitudes, values and thinking in many ways that parents can passed on to their children. Two new books, “Growing up in a democratic family” and…
Who is the Guide for? This Guide is written for adults, including trainers, facilitators, teachers or school staff, who will be working with children and young people in schools and alternative education centres. What is the purpose of the Guide? With the help of this Guide, you will take…
A research review on the application of restorative justice in cases involving child victims in Albania, Greece and Romania was conducted within the “i-RESTORE - Better Protecting Child Victims Rights through Restorative Justice” project. The EU-funded project is led by Terre des hommes Regional…
A research review on the application of restorative justice in cases involving child victims in Albania, Greece and Romania was conducted within the “i-RESTORE - Better Protecting Child Victims Rights through Restorative Justice” project. The EU-funded project is led by Terre des hommes Regional…
A research review on the application of restorative justice in cases involving child victims in Albania, Greece and Romania was conducted within the “i-RESTORE - Better Protecting Child Victims Rights through Restorative Justice” project. The EU-funded project is led by Terre des hommes Regional…
A research review on the application of restorative justice in cases involving child victims in Albania, Greece and Romania was conducted within the “i-RESTORE - Better Protecting Child Victims Rights through Restorative Justice” project. The EU-funded project is led by Terre des hommes Regional…
The child safeguarding toolkit for European football has been developed by UEFA and Terre des hommes to help national associations take measures to protect and safeguard children from abuse and respond to any concerns. The toolkit recognises that many national associations have already introduced…
This is a toolkit developed by FIFA, for its member organisations in order to establish guiding principles and minimum rquirements that will help leaders and organisers in football to ensure a safe and nurturing environment for children. The toolkit is part of FIFA's overall committment to…
Move Together project led to creating a community of practice that contributed to enhancing the necessary skills and knowledge in order to offer children and youngsters psych-social support with the help of sports and to raise their self-esteem and resilience.  The success of the project is…
UNICEF has published a step-by-step guidance for businesses on how to set up their onw, internal child safeguarding policies, in order to ensure the safety and rights of children that come into contact wiht the organisation or its products and services.
The Sport for Protection Toolkit: Programming with Young People in Forced Displacement Settings was a multi-agency collaboration between the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Terre des hommes organisation (Tdh). It is based on the…
Start to talk” is a Council of Europe call for action to public authorities and the sport movement to stop child sexual abuse. By joining this call, governments, sport clubs, associations and federations, as well as athletes and coaches, pledge to take concrete measures to prevent and respond to…
Children Win is a global campaign co-ordinated by Terre des Hommes. Its mission is to ensure that child rights are protected, preserved and respected before, during and after the organisation and delivery of Mega Sporting Events (MSEs), and that every event ensures a positive legacy for future…
This training kit provides information and training content to help those in positions of influence in the field of sport to prevent and react to situations of potential sexual violence in sport. It aims to help trainers / instructors, sport leaders, coaches, physical education teachers, etc. to:…
This short but very effective guide will give you all basic info about norms, how to act, and some tips for implementation of activities on prevention of sexual violence against children in sport. With an intro of a short analysis of existing standards and frameworks for prevention of sexual…
Executive Summary This White Paper examines the manifold risks of mega-sporting events (MSEs) to children. It reviews the impact that MSEs can have on the development and the rights of children in the country or city where an MSE is taking place, as well as the impact on children affected as…
Sports clubs need to work with parents to help them understand the critical role they play in sport, and develop policies to support parents and demonstrate the value of their contributions.
Discover how sports coaches can engage, communicate and understand the positive contributions that parents can play in sport. From how best work with parents to, how to involve parents and recognise their involve is a positive factor in their child’s participation in sport, resulting in a positive…
An expert group (XG) on Good Governance was set up in 2015 to produce recommendations on this key topic. The XG held its first meeting on 16 October 20214 and began its work on the protection of minors deliverable on 23 February 2016, followed by further discussions on 12 May and 14 July. Positive…
The aim of this study is to provide an analytical overview of the types of sports related projects and interventions used to support the social inclusion of migrants and to identify best practice in their design, implementation and measurement. The study used a literature review, stakeholder…
The following ChildHub summary represents an excerpt from the recent European Council for Juvenile Justice report on best practises within the EU. It illustrates a widespread attraction to use restorative measures. Yet, the findings suggest its practice in European countries is very limited, even…
What are the International Safeguards? The International Safeguards for Children in Sport describe what organisations need to put in place if they are providing sports activities to children.What is the aim of the Safeguards? The aim is to create a safe sporting environment for all children, in…
This document details eight safeguards that should be put in place by any organisation providing sports activities to children and young people. Reflecting international legal and child protection standards and good practice, these Safeguards have been informed by research conducted by Brunel…
The first Child Safeguarding Standards were launched over 12 years ago by a coalition of relief and development charities that later became known as Keeping Children Safe. Since then there has been a growing recognition that, as well as risks to children from staff and associates, inappropriately…
This video shows several children involved in different sports describing how the behaviour of parents/spectators deteriorates when they wear their 'magic sports kit' -- i.e. when they compete. They talk about a range of bad adult behaviours and how these negatively impact on them. They then…
This review was commissioned by the Child Abuse Programme (CAP) of Oak Foundation, a large international philanthropic organisation. It forms part of CAP’s effort to win societal rejection of practices such as the sexual exploitation of children and adolescents around major sporting events (MSEs…
UNICEF has long recognized that there is great value in children’s sport and play, and has been a consistent proponent of these activities in its international development and child protection work. Health, educational achievement and social benefits are just some of the many desirable outcomes…
In early 2022 the Child Protection Hub - in cooperation with the University of Cardiff and country researchers in 7 countries - has conducted a mixed-methods study of supervision for professionals in multidisciplinary child protection teams.  There is a regional report available, as well as…