The Ministry of Education of Sarajevo Canton approved the use of FLD video material in primary and secondary schools with the aim of preventing violence among y

The Ministry of Education of Sarajevo Canton has approved the use of three videos, the content of which is intended for the prevention of psychological, sexual, and cyber violence among young people.

These video materials were created within the project "For a life without violence in Sarajevo Canton—phase II" implemented by the Foundation of Local Democracy in cooperation with Medicus Mundi Meditterania, with the financial support of the city of Barcelona.

Three videos about sexual, psychological, and cyber violence were published on the official website of the Ministry of Education, in the section "Safety and protection of students" with the aim of raising awareness about these forms of violence among young people.

The Ministry of Education has delivered the materials to all primary and secondary schools in Sarajevo Canton with the proposal that the video material is used in the realization of topics that are in the function of violence prevention.

As a reminder, in March 2021, the Sarajevo Canton Assembly proclaimed February 6 - the Day of the Fight Against Peer Violence in Sarajevo Canton, with the aim of remembering Denis Mrnjavac, who was killed 14 years ago on that day in a tram, while returning home from schools.

The Ministry of Education of the KS, in cooperation with schools, is carrying out activities aimed at raising awareness of the harmfulness of violent behavior during this month and invited schools to implement the themes with students of all ages from primary and secondary schools in the period from February 7 to 18 and contents that are in the function of prevention of peer violence.

Video materials on sexual, psychological, and cyber violence among youth can be viewed on the website of the Ministry at the linku or on the YouTube kanalu Fondacije lokalne demokratije.

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