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October

Published: Wednesday, 17.10.2018

Say your piece, respect others!

Calm down, calm down, no one is to blame… we are sure everyone remembers this particular refrain from their own childhood. The question of how the act of reconciliation should look in adulthood served as the topic of an interesting workshop held for the children in the SOS Children's Village Lekenik.

 As part of the Reconciliation Week, which ran between 15 and 19 October of this year, the Croatian Reconciliation Association held an interesting and instructive workshop for children entitled “How to Resolve Conflicts Non-Violently”.

The workshop was delivered by Dušanka Pribičević-Gelb, trainer specializing in mediation for reconciliation judges and long-time mentor for various projects and state institutions on the issues of human rights, culture of non-violence and conflict management.

There is no doubt that our children intend to put their newly acquired knowledge and skills into practice immediately. We are happy and proud that children in the SOS Children's Village Lekenik are able to start learning how to make the world around them a better place from early on.

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