Positive treatment: ensuring everyone’s rights

This educational intervention programme aims to provide teachers with resources to help them dedicate time and space to fostering the ethics of rights and responsibilities in relation to caring for oneself, others and the environment. To this end, it offers a guideline of activities and resources centred around three main areas: 1) dialogue: communication and emotions; 2) protecting the rights of others, participation and cooperation; and 3) coping with abuse and bullying. The aim is to provide a flexible tool for competence building and fostering the values of positive treatment.

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Learning how to care for me

This study describes an educational experience which was coordinated in collaboration with children’s social services, specifically the Association for Family Guidance and Treatment, ARGABE, which is responsible for implementing the specialist family intervention programmes run by the Guipúzcoa Provincial Council for minors who are victims of family abuse. The experience focused on training parents in communication and conflict resolution skills and teaching them how to improve their relationship with their children. Sessions were held once a fortnight on Saturday mornings. The minors also attended the Saturday training sessions, although in this case, the intervention focused on improving their social-personal skills, mainly through play-based activities. The sessions, which began with all participants (educators, mothers, fathers and children) having breakfast together before the start of the intervention, were used as a springboard for the work then carried out during the week by social workers, who sought to strengthen and reinforce the elements dealt with the previous Saturday.
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