Aggression can pass from one generation to another!
With this statement, the trainer from Taalouf Association started the discussion about violence at home.
About 80 participants both boys and girls in Aleppo agreed at the end of the session on the importance of creating a harmonious atmosphere at home in producing a well-educated future generation.
This year, UNHCR presented a global theme of the 16 Days of Activism entitled: “From Peace in the Home to Peace in the World: Make Education Safe for All” with a particular focus on making education safe for young people.
UNHCR in Syria and its partners organized more than 40 activities in 8 governorates. These activities, which are designed to engage boys and girls in discussions on how they think their education can make them safe from gender-based violence, it includes awareness sessions for parents and youth, interactive theater, film shows, recreational and educational activities for children, exhibition of artwork by adolescents, flash mobs in public areas and puppet shows on how education could prevent gender-based violence