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The Sourcebook introduces the theoretical and ideological foundation and methodological basis of Rights-based Direct Practice with Children. It starts with the methodology of participatory group workshops to facilitate learning of the content. The content draws linkages among the foundation of life skills; psychosocial, sociological and critical theories of childhood; and child rights values, categories and principles; with the approaches, methods and skills of direct practice with children. The book takes examples from India but makes significant contribution to training and reference material for child rights teachers, trainers, facilitators and field workers, across the world, especially in the developing countries.
1.The Methodology of Participatory Group Workshops.-?Part 1: Foundation of Life Skills Development?2.?Self-Empowerment.-?3.?Proactive Thinking Skills.-?4. Emotional Intelligence.-?5.?Sensitive Interpersonal Communication Skills.-?6.?Collaborative Interpersonal Relationship Skills.-?Part 2: Theories of Childhood and Rights-based Direct Practice with Children?7.?Psychosocial Theories of Development in Childhood and Adolescence.-?8.?Sociological Theories of Family and Childhood Diversity in the Environmental Context.-?9.?Critical Theories of Deconstruction of Problems in Childhood.-?10.?Child Rights History, Ideology, Categories, Principles and Service Delivery Approach.-?11. Child Rights-based Engagement with Children.-?12.Child Rights-based Parenting Education.
CRY had commissioned Dr. Murli Desai, MA and Ph.D. in Social Work, and former Professor at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, to prepare a Series of four Sourcebooks on Rights-Based Direct Practice with Children. Dr. Desai has prepared two of the Sourcebooks by adapting, uplCH
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