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Learning Action Partnership: Efforts for Guaranteed Sustainability

OAK LogoParticipantsSofia, February 12, 2020

The first for 2020 meeting of the Learning Action Partnership took place in Sofia on February 12, 2020. The agenda included review of activities done on project up to the moment, fixing of concrete future activities and defining small working groups for the different strategic directions.
Representatives of organizations and institutions who participated shared their working plans and the possibility of inclusion of other LAP members in joint activities. Part of the feedback was connected with the increase of fake news, including on priorities of the Partnership. The atmosphere of the event was businesslike, but with extremely well expressed solidarity and good collaboration feeling. In the debates during the meeting important actual topics were covered, such as increasing media and digital literacy of children and challenges, which we are meeting in our work with teachers with long practice on certain age and with burnout. Forming network of children and young people with innovative model of managing was discussed, which will aim decreasing the aggression of children under residential care. How to focus our work so that the efforts put to have guaranteed sustainability; science and research approach and regional and national level partnerships; the need to work together to change the environment – were among topics discussed during the event.

ParticipantsThe first LAP training – on Strategic Planning – will be held in March this year. The expected deliverable – LAP Strategic Plan, will emphasize fully of common priorities and values for reaching the mission of the Partnership – zero tolerance towards sexual exploitation of children and adolescents.

LAP is a network for exchanging ideas and realization of good practices, working on prevention of sexual exploitation of children and unites stakeholders and institutions with experience in activities for prevention of violence, exploitation and abuse. The initiative is part of the project of the Bulgarian Family Planning and Sexual Health Association (BFPA) ‘The Ability to Change’. The group was formed and started its work during a workshop in 2013 г. under project “The Art to Inform: Network for reducing vulnerability of children for sexual exploitation and abusive practices” and goes on in the period 2019 – 2021 in the frame of the project “The Ability to Change: Zero tolerance towards Sexual Exploitation of Children and adolescents”

 

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