Category: Children and Youth

Protecting Young People from Prejudice – Recording & Recap of our “Turning Problems into Practices” Coaching Conference Call

Our free “Turning Problems into Practices” coaching conference call last month with Kidpower’s executive director and founder, Irene van der Zande, about “Dealing with and Protecting Young People from Prejudice,” touched on a broad range of situations and issues! Thank you to all of the participants! Before we get to the details about that call I want […]

New Kidpower Protection Promise Posters for International Child Protection Month this September

Last September, I made the Kidpower Protection Promise to many young friends as part of my personal commitment to our first International Child Protection Month. I took the hands of one six-year-old, who we’ll call Molly, and started, “You are VERY important to me!.” “I know that,”  Molly nodded and smiled. “And if you have a […]

Think and Check First – BEFORE You Change Your Plan

Teaching children to Check First with their adults, such as parents, teachers, or other caregivers, before they change their plans can help to protect them from many kinds of danger.

A Missing Child – What Can We Do to Protect Our Kids?

Our children are the most precious thing we have, and they should be able to be safe in our communities. Here are some Kidpower recommendations about what to say to your kids when a child in your community is harmed by violence and resources to help keep kids safe.

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