Workshop for code of conduct in Ismail Qemali school07.05.2014
Prishtina, 06 May- Nongovernmental organization "Syri i Vizionit" within the project "Together 4 children rights-Child Protection", supported by Save the Children has held a workshop with the council of elementary and low secondary school "Ismail Qemali" in Prishtina for the draft of the conduct code.
Draft Code of Conduct for this school was set by the executive board as something very necessary for their school to create an additional mechanism in establishing the rule within the school and respect the rights of children, and will empower other documents that the school has. Governing council has also appreciated the work that is being done by NGO Eye of Vision and Save the Children.
Except this , the code of conduct for this school and other schools, workshops will also be heldin order to strengthen the mechanisms for children's rights, trainings with students will also be held with various subjects where the council of school (teachers , parents council and students council)will participate, influencing the awareness of students, teachers and parents themselves on the rights of children and the addressing violence on existing mechanisms for children's rights.
The project "Together 4 children rights-Child protection" aims to develop a system for monitoring and reporting on violence against children, creating favorable policies to improve the protection of children in Kosovo that are in accordance with the Convention on the Rights of the Child and EU standards.
This project is being implemented in ten primary and lower secondary schools in five municipalities: Prishtina "Naim Frasheri" and "Ismail Qemali"; Peja "Ramiz Sadiku" and "Xhemail Kada"; Gjakova "Mustafa Bakia" and "Zekeria Rexha"; Ferizaj "Tafik Çanga" and "Jeronim De Rada", and in Mitrovica "Bedri Gjina" and Andon Zako Cajupi ". Beneficiaries of this project are the students, their parents and teachers of these schools and also responsible institutions for the protection and respect of the rights of children.