Students at a school in Kranj that participates in the project

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Prevention of peer violence

В рамках проекта/программы: Completed projects

Peer violence is a challenge for the school, family, local and wider community. "A systemic approach to peer violence in educational institutions" creates bonds for a common goal and materialises the vision of a safe school. 

What Development of a broader and more effective detection, treatment and prevention of peer violence in Educational Institutions by an active partnership within the Local Community. 

For Teachers, parents and children from selected Slovenian Schools

How The project develops and tests a model of prevention and treatment of peer violence by training education professionals, parents, and pupils.

Result Design of a manual, guidelines, and proposals for a systemic approach towards peer violence and establishment of cross-sector local partners network, designed to reduce peer violence in educational institutions.

Organized by The European Wergeland Centre, Simon Jenko Primary School, Kranj Juvenile Residential Treatment Institution, Centre for Social Work Kranj, Daily Youth and Family Centre Škrlovec Association for non-violent communication, Municipality of Kranj and the Institute of Criminology  at the Faculty of Law, Ljubljana.

Working languages Slovene, English.

Financed by EEA and Norway Grants

Координатор проекта Контакты
The European Wergeland Centre


Øystein Bryhni is responsible for the management of EWCs public relations and other information activities. He has the editorial responsibility for the centre’s web pages and other online resources as well as written publications.

Bryhni has a Master of Arts in International Affairs from The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, a Bachelor of Science in International History from the London School of Economics and a degree in Journalism from the Oslo University College. He has previously been Head of Communications at Norwegian People’s Aid and a journalist at the foreign news desk of the Norwegian News Agency NTB.

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