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Childhood, adolescence and scholar violence, Burjassot


Schedule: From 10 november 2017 to 24 november 2017. Monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday and sunday at 00:00 to 00:00.


Place: Burjassot


Open registration on web

The area of Social Welfare and Education of the Provincial Council of Valencia and the Vice-Rector for Territorial Projection and Participation of the University of Valencia have organized the second edition of the "Well-being, Training, Territory" program, made up of a cycle of conferences that takes place through the Valencian territory.

In this case, the round table focused on the childhood, adolescence and scholar violence are coordinated by the professor of Basic Psychology, Mavi Mestre and an team of specialist teachers of the Universitat de València

Over the last years, it has made visible different types of violence in our society with an increase in violent acts in different contexts: the family, the school, the couple ...

So that, parents and teaching staff are demanding some strategies and resources in order to face this reality. In this way, the conferences provide an updated information and the results of the investigation about this problem.

The purpose is to contribute to the learning and knowledge transfer of the local society, in the terrestrial, communal and civic dimension. They are opened to the general public of the town and its close environment, especially to the educational community, social and welfare groups.

Organized by:

Vicerrectorado de Participació y Projección Territorial y Área de Bienestar Social y Educación de la Diputación de Valencia con la colaboración del Ayuntamiento de Burjassot.


Contact: vicerec.participacio.projeccio@uv.es unitatsuport@uv.es

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