The goal of the project is to raise awareness of the consequences and harmfulness of violent behaviour, but also to teach children how to be safe in different situations.
After signing the document, Djukic Dejanovic explained that the project will be implemented in all classes of all elementary schools in Serbia through informative and educational workshops.
The workshops will include teamwork of police officers, school representatives and the Commissioner for the Protection of Equality, with the use of educational material, the showing of videos and plays, and the marking of significant dates, she specified.
Braathu pointed out that the project for senior students will primarily focus on the prevention of peer and digital violence, while for pupils of lower grades, it will be based on interactive performances, safety education using various teaching materials and workshops.
The project will be implemented for pupils from the first to eight grade. Workshops on the topics "Children's Safety in Traffic" and "Children's Safety in Emergency Situations" are planned for pupils from the first to fourth grade.
Workshops on the topic "Prevention of Peer Violence in the Real and Virtual World" are planned for pupils from the fifth to eight grade.