TIPH supports alternatives to violence project

On 11 August, 2015, TIPH signed an agreement to support an “Alternatives to violence”- project with Aman Society.

On 11 August, 2015, TIPH signed an agreement to support an “Alternatives to violence”- project with Aman Society. The project targets students, parents, and teachers in the H2 area of Hebron, an area where the level of violence is traditionally high. The programme allows students to be trained in using non-violent tools for interpersonal conflict resolution, especially for conflicts taking place at home, in schools, the workplace or within the community at large. It encourages students to express their anger and energy in positive ways. The project also includes individual counselling for both students and parents.

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The project aims at equipping students, parents, and teachers with non-violent tools for conflict resolution. 

Published on 17 August, 2015