#Notecalles is an app that offers children and adolescents tools to protect themselves from sexual abuse and clear indications to know where to ask for help if you need it.
Reading the story will discover the story of children who are caught in a strange situation. With activities, you learn about your body and know the limits to be put others to feel safe. In addition, they enjoy the song and listen to the prevention tips.
For more information and to access the guides and tips for families and educators, access the website www.notecallescuentalo.org
All profits generated by the campaign and copyrights are intended to ANAR Foundation and its commitment to children and adolescents at risk.
Read the story - from the story #Do shut up , you'll get this delicate subject with children. Communication is the most important to prevent and detect any abuse factor.
LISTEN TO THE SONG - Song not shut up, tell it is played by musical artists like Rozalén, Nika, Andrés Suárez, Barei, Pedro Guerra and many more.
PERFORMED ACTIVITIES - supplementary materials are adapted for ages. Used to know your own body, affection abuse differentiate and increase the self-esteem of children to make them less vulnerable.
ATTENDING THE VIDEOCONSEJOS - Many artists, educators and people linked to the world of childhood have put voice to these tips, based on the Decalogue EMUME for the prevention of sexual abuse in childhood.
• locution story
• video of the song
• Activities adapted by age
• More than 20 videoconsejos
• Adapted for people with motor disabilities
• Recommended for children and adolescents
• No third-party advertising
ABOUT FOUNDATION EDELVIVES
Edelvives Foundation is committed to education and children, contributing to the editorial and pedagogical principles and values enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights are increasingly known and respected projects. Campaign # NotecallesCuéntalo is how to provide materials for families and educators address the issue of sexual abuse in childhood.
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