PREVENTING VIOLENCE ON


Prohibited violence against children in kindergarten!
Required personnel be familiar with the term "forcibly" and different types
violence
"Violence" over child is any act of physical, psychological or sexual violence,
neglect, commercial or other exploitation, resulting in actual or
possible harm to health, life, development or dignity of the child
can take place in a family, school and social environment.
Derived are 4 main types of violence / abuse:
• Physical violence / abuse
• Emotional abuse / maltreatment
• Sexual abuse / maltreatment
• neglect
1. Physical abuse
Physical abuse occurs when an adult or older child hurt
or knowingly fail to prevent and protect child to become a victim of
physical violence.
Physical abuse may include:
• Rita;
• Striking, beating his fist or beating the child;
• Burning;
• scalding, burning steam;
• Striking, beating by object such as a belt, rolling pin ...;
• smothering or suffocation of the child;
• Poisoning;
• Shake the child by force, hatred;
• Scratches, gullies child's fingernails, pinching or twisting;
• Plucking, squeezing or crushing of body parts of the child;
• Throwing, shoving the child, such as a wall or floor;
Prohibited violence against children in kindergarten!
Required personnel be familiar with the term "forcibly" and different types
violence
"Violence" over child is any act of physical, psychological or sexual violence,
neglect, commercial or other exploitation, resulting in actual or
possible harm to health, life, development or dignity of the child
can take place in a family, school and social environment.
Derived are 4 main types of violence / abuse:
• Physical violence / abuse
• Emotional abuse / maltreatment
• Sexual abuse / maltreatment
• neglect
1. Physical abuse
Physical abuse occurs when an adult or older child hurt
or knowingly fail to prevent and protect child to become a victim of
physical violence.
Physical abuse may include:
• Rita;
• Striking, beating his fist or beating the child;
• Burning;
• scalding, burning steam;
• Striking, beating by object such as a belt, rolling pin ...;
• smothering or suffocation of the child;
• Poisoning;
• Shake the child by force, hatred;
• Scratches, gullies child's fingernails, pinching or twisting;
• Plucking, squeezing or crushing of body parts of the child;
• Throwing, shoving the child, such as a wall or floor;
• Throwing an object or objects on the child;
• string, piercing, cutting, cutting.
2. EMOTIONAL ABUSE
Emotional abuse includes impaired mental and emotional
child development, as this is repeated often poorly emotionally
attitude. Emotional abuse can include:
• Verbal abuse - insults, negative comparisons ...;
• rejection and indifference;
• Lack of warmth and physical contact such as hugging;
• Continuous criticism;
• Possession of a child in poor conditions and care;
• To say the child repeated or continuous that it is not desirable, it is not
loved, not requested and did not accept it as it is;
• To tell other people for the mistakes of the child for his failures, failure;
• Holding and attitudes towards child is like a less important inferior in
Compared to other children in the family;
• Ignoring the child did not notice him, not to speak / talk to him, to
spoke to him about it as though it is now gone;
• Denial of the achievements of the child;
• Continuous suspecting and blaming the child for example it be held
responsibly and be blamed for the behavior or actions of what is happening on
other children or an adult;
• Intimidation of the child, threatening him;
• ridiculed, derided and mocked continued with the child.
 

 



«Back
 

PREVENTING VIOLENCE ON PREVENTING VIOLENCE ON