I arrived at my foster family’s house! This booklet describes what I would like my foster family to know about me, so that they understand and know how to deal with my behaviour and reactions, which will help me feel well integrated. If you have any doubts, you can count on the team that accompanies me and oversees my foster care process. Clique para visualizar.
Cheguei a casa da minha família de acolhimento! O que gostava que a minha família de acolhimento soubesse
sobre mim, para que compreenda e saiba lidar com os meus comportamentos e reações de modo a que eu me sinta bem
integrado, está descrito neste livrinho. Se tiverem dúvidas, podem contar com a equipa que me acompanha e que está encarregue do meu processo de acolhimento familiar Clique para visualizar.
This book was born from the voluntary collaboration of the writer Rosário Alçada Araújo and the illustrator Carla Nazareth and fulfils the desire that we have always had, in line with the rights recognized in the Hospitalized Child Charter, to publish material suitable for children, which will make them aware of their status as a subject of rights. The Hospitalized Child Charter thus gains new life, at the hands of the authors, who manage to transform it into the story of a prince who one day fell ill and was hospitalized… And, “if a prince deserves all the love and attention, a prince who is sick deserves much more!” Click to read.
This book is presented as a playful-pedagogical tool for children between 8 and 11 years old in the context of Internet safety. It is based on the narratives collected in the field, by the researcher and co-author Teresa Castro, and which gave substance to this collection written by three hands with Cláudia Manata and Raquel Palermo. In order to translate research into a useful product for society, this collection is particularly aimed at children, their families and teachers and educators. Stories are built step by step, based on choices that lead to different outcomes. Throughout the narrative, the reader is faced with several choices and each choice (which has the number of the page to which the reader must “jump”) leads to different ends (results of decisions), awakening in the reader the desire to start over, choosing the other way. It is intended to give the reader the opportunity to reflect on their choices, participating in the narrative. This methodology, in addition to being dynamic and reflective, intends to involve generations in conducting the plot, inviting adults and children to establish dialogue about the risks and opportunities of the Internet. Click to buy
This book refers to the objectives, the various phases of the project, the new strategies and the methodologies applied in what was the only innovative project approved for Portugal by the European Commission, under the 3rd Programme to Combat Poverty.
How do children live in the city(ies)? What new opportunities and new risks are involved in the processes of socialization in large urban centers? What are the implications of these factors in the definition of education, health and urban planning policies? Will the profound changes in the framework of family life and in the structure of families impose a rethinking of children’s rights? How do children see and represent the city where they live?