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close this bookWHO Information Series on School Health - Document 3 - Violence Prevention: An Important Element of a Health-promoting School (UNESCO - WHO, 1999, 61 p.)
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View the documentACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
View the documentFOREWORD
Open this folder and view contents1. INTRODUCTION
Open this folder and view contents2. CONVINCING OTHERS THAT VIOLENCE PREVENTION THROUGH SCHOOLS IS IMPORTANT
Open this folder and view contents3. PLANNING THE INTERVENTIONS
Open this folder and view contents4. INTEGRATING VIOLENCE PREVENTION INTO A HEALTH-PROMOTING SCHOOL
Open this folder and view contents5. EVALUATION
View the document6. ENSURING CONTINUITY IN THE SCHOOL & COMMUNITY
View the documentANNEX 1: Declaration and Integrated Framework of Action on Education for Peace, Human Rights and Democracy
View the documentANNEX 2: Examples of educational interventions for violence prevention
View the documentANNEX 3: Examples of Grade-Specific Objectives for Violence Prevention Skills
View the documentANNEX 4: Resources to help you in your health promotion and violence prevention efforts
View the documentANNEX 5: Recommended UNESCO documents and publications for the promotion of peace and prevention of violence through schools.
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