The Project Partners

Arbeitskreis Neue Erziehung / Association for a New Education  www.ane.de

…is based in Berlin, Germany, and is the project’s coordinating organisation.

ANE was founded in 1946 by parents and teachers committed to contribute the young German democracy by implementing a new concept of child-raising and education based on values such as mutual respect, tolerance, balancing of interests and the ability to deal with conflicts. 

For over 60 years now, ANE has been committed to support parents in raising their children to become self-confident and bright members of democratic society. ANE sees itself as a voice for the interests of parents and children of different cultural, religious and ethnic background. The Association’s programmes include the ANE Letters-for-Parents series in German and Turkish (yearly circulation 3.5 million), family counselling and parent groups offered in different languages, the parent internet portal “Active for Children” (www.a4k.de) and a nationwide database for parents.



Nobody's Children Foundation / Fundacja Dzieci Niczyje  www.fdn.pl

…is based in Warsaw, Poland. FDN was founded in 1991 with the aim of building support structures for abused children in Poland. Since then, FDN has grown and established itself as an expert on the prevention of child abuse and neglect, at both national and international level.

FDN provides services to support children and parents at risk, conducts campaigns against child abuse, runs an internet portal for children and professionals on child protection and works within a wide network of local and regional child protection organisations in Poland and throughout Central and Eastern Europe (www.canee.net).



National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children
www.nspcc.org.uk

… was founded in 1860 and has since grown to become the leading child protection charity in the UK. NSPCC runs a wide variety of services for children, young people and their families. It incorporates 180 child protection teams working throughout the country and runs two dedicated national helplines, one for adults and one for children. The charity receives support from 17,000 volunteers.

NSPCC provides support services for parents and is an active member of the national "Children are Unbeatable" alliance. The charity has many years of experience in running large public campaigns on protecting children from violence.


Children's Safety Map of Europe

Children's Safety Map of Europe