How to approach children and young people through their media and show the benefits of using modern technologies? Response to these issues is provided by the Children’s Committee of Child and Youth Protection Centre of Zagreb. The video was designed and made in cooperation with our girls from the Committee, and was recorded in the Children’s Week (the first week of October), and in the meantime it was edited and comes as an announcement for the International Children’s Rights Day in November (November 22nd). The girls were led by psychologists Mia Roje and Ana Raguž.
The members of the Children’s Committee have shown us videos they had captured, apps they are using and taught us adults how to get involved. It’s a good idea for an activity with your kids! Enjoy and learn more about children’s rights because the “UN Convention on the Rights of the Child” is a thick book that children cannot read, and it’s important that they know what’s in it”.
The 13th Festival of Tolerance - JFF Zagreb, a socially engaged festival which promotes intercultural dialogue, encourages civil society to actively participate in the development of the local community and monitors social, political and economic trends, was held in Zagreb from 7th to 13th April 2019.
The students of the Matrix Croatica School of Communicology, held in Zagreb from 7 to 11 December 2016, visited the Child and Youth Protection Centre of the City of Zagreb, continuing the successful collaboration from previous years. This is the eighth time this School gathered young and prospective students of journalism and communicology in order to provide additional extracurricular education in the field of the media.
Our Director, Prof. Gordana Buljan Flander, PhD, has been a guest at Daily news of Nova TV, where the topic of discussion was the manner of conducting enforcement of a child regarding a court decision on custody: