What is virtual violence or CYBERBULLYING?

Children and youth less easily see and understand the damage their words may cause, since there is no physical contact between the victim and the audience.

Violence Virtual violence, or cyberbyllying is every communication activity via the Internet (e-mails, web pages, web logs) video media or mobile phones which serve the purpose of humiliating, teasing, threatening or terrorizing a child in some other way.

Published: 22.04.2013. | Read more >

What is domestic violence?

Life in the family where we see violence among those we live with can be equally difficult as if we ourselves experience violence

Violence Family is where children and youth should feel safe and loved. We expect family members to show respect for each other, like we expect it from all other people we meet. You have the right to express opinions and all other members have the same right, including your parents. When parents' opinions are in disagreement, they still have the right to express them, of course, showing respect for others.

Published: 22.04.2013. | Read more >

Violence in youth relationships

Violence in youth relationships relates to violent behaviour aiming at control, power and intimidation.

Violence Everybody has the right to a relationship where mutual respect, trust, appreciation and non-violence are being developed. What if it is not so?  Sometimes we recognise the behaviour and actions of the person with whom we are in a romantic relationship as attachment and passionate love, while they can in fact be signs of jealousy, possessiveness and control.

Published: 16.04.2008. | Read more >


You can not change a violent child, but you can tell an adult who you trust.

Violence If you have problems at school, like if somebody is provoking, teasing or punching you, if somebody is taking your personal things, talking rudely or is sneering at you, here are advices what you can do to protect yourself:

Published: 16.04.2008. | Read more >