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IJJO Activities

Children's Legal Education-Adapted Resources (CLEAR)

enero 2013 - diciembre 2014 Rights, Training

Description

Managed by Save the Children Romania, one of the members of the European Council for Juvenile Justice, the Children’s Legal Education – Adapted Resources (aka CLEAR project) aims at developing and ensuring the effectiveness of a child-friendly Manual educating children about their rights and of an affiliated Tool Guide designed for professional practitioners such as teachers, educators, social and / or community workers, etc.

At first, the Manual and the Tool Guide will be developed in collaboration by the seven different partners involved in CLEAR; both will be reviewed several times thanks to e.g. the support of focus groups, online consultations, the involvement of Children’s Rights experts and children themselves. These two processes, the draft and review of the Manual and Tool Guide, will take approximately a year and a half whereas the last part of this project, the dissemination of the outputs, will be spread over the last six months that is to say at the end of 2014.

Giving its extensive network of collaborators, the International Juvenile Justice Observatory hopes to bring a European-wide perspective to this project and to actively contribute to its dissemination. As a matter of fact, the IJJO will first make sure that inspiring practices other than those developed and implemented within the six other European country partners will be taken into account before largely contributing to the dissemination at a EU-level of the Manual, of the Tool Guide, and of the different findings highlighted throughout the length of the project.

Please click on this link to access the 'CLEAR' web section for further information about this project.

Objetives

Overall objective: In a first step, CLEAR aims at developing a child-friendly Manual, which will ensure children understand their rights in all their varieties, as well as an affiliated Tool Guide, which will unable professionals practitioners such as teachers, educators or social workers to effectively convey the message developed in the Manual to as many children as possible.

Then, this project will ensure the effectiveness and feasibility of these two outputs by conducting one-on-one or online consultation through various means (focus groups, website, workshops and other meetings) and by reviewing the Manual and Tool Guide. As a matter of fact, the final products will have been reworked several times by the end of the CLEAR project in order to secure their useful- and appropriateness.

Make sure children are more aware of their rights throughout Europe

Develop a child-friendly Manual educating children about their rights

Draft a Tool Guide to empower professionals and provide them with the appropriate training when it comes to informing children about their rights

Please click on this link to access the 'CLEAR' web section for further information about this project.

Results

- An informative and child-friendly legal Manual.

- A Tool Guide assisting practitioners in their mission to inform children about their rights.

- A Website dedicated to the project with downloadable materials.

- Four newsletters to keep partners’ collaborators informed about CLEAR’s headways.

- An informative brochure about CLEAR to ensure its continual dissemination.

Please click on this link to access the 'CLEAR' web section for further information about this project.

Partners

Save the Children Romania (Romania)  Applicant

Cooperativa Sociale San Saturino (Italy)

Save the children Spain (Spain)

Plantijn University College (Belgium)

Anglia Ruskin University (United Kingdom)

Cooperativa Sociale San saturino (ONLUS) (Italy)

Instituto de Desenvolvimento Social (Portugal)

The International Juvenile Justice Observatory (Belgium)


The CLEAR project is implemented with financial support from the Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Programme of the European Union.

For more information about CLEAR, visit the website of the project : www.clearproject.eu

With financial support from the Fundamental Rights and Citizenship Programme of the European Union

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