The glossary combines the work of tens of people in the fields of early childhood, child rights and youth. It is an ongoing project that still requires testing and expansion to which all beneficiaries can contribute. The glossary is divided into an Arabic-English list and another English-Arabic one. It includes around 1000 entries.
(35 p; 5$)
Books, films, newsletters and other resources on childhood programs, child rights, early childhood, child-to-child and special needs. This bibliography is an important scientific source for research and for the production of material addressed to educators, teachers, parents, fathers, mothers, animators, facilitators, childhood specialists, and even children and youth. It includes 372 entries.
(131 p.; 5$)
The kit has been Arabised. The six sections include fact sheets, support materials and exercises. They cover the background, content and implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. For more information, please contact ARC.
(402 p. 21x29.5 cm . $30).
The toolkit aims to provide organizations, especially in developing countries, with a set of tools and techniques that enable them to develop policies and procedures to be adopted and followed in order to protect the child. The development of this toolkit is in response to growing concern by international and local organizations in many countries about the levels of child abuse occurring within both international and local organizations.
A guide in three volumes focusing on the Concepts, Principles, Activities, Exercices and Readings. A joint project by ARC and Save the Children – UK. Published by the Arab Resource Collective.
This collection of articles aims to provide parents, schools, psychosocial support practitioners and others with sufficient information on children in difficult circumstances and conflicts. The collection covers different aspects: the consequences of difficult circumstances on children, reactions and necessary support mechanisms.
9 chapters spread over the following parts: definitions of difficult circumstances and conflicts; children in difficult circumstances; supporting children in times of crisis.