Pupils from 1st grade, 134 “Dimcho Debelyanov” Public school; pupils from 5th grade, 55 “Petko Karavelov” Public school; pupils from 6th and 7th grade, 153 Specialized public sport school “Neofit Rilski”, Solfia, Children’s Monitoring & Advisory group between 11 and 17 years of age attending Animus Association Foundation activities. Special thanks to Dena Popova, Kristina Nenova, Todor Lalov and the class teachers for their contribution and support during the workshops and the focus groups. We thank Marina Angelova for conducting the school workshops and Maria Tchomarova for coordinating the services and workshops for children and help to understand children’s voices.
Pupils from 3rd grade, Judith-Kerr Grundschule, 4th grade, Locknitz-Grundschule, Berlin Pupils from 7th grade, Oberschule Johann Gottfried Herder, 8th grade, Oberschule Dr. Hans Bredow, Konigs Wusterhausen. We thank sincerely Marie Krock and Till Kuken from Grenzlaufer e.V., and Tzvetina Arsova Netzelmann and Joyce Dreezens-Fuhrke from SPI Forschung gGmbH for conducting the school workshops. We also thank the class teachers, school educators and social workers for their commitment and support during the workshops.
Pupils from 6th grade De Achtbaan basisschool, Voorhout, The Netherlands. Pupils at the Saturday support-school De Mussen, Den Haag, The Netherlands. We thank sincerely Remi Goossens, and Mathijs Euwema for conducting the school workshops. We also thank the class teachers, school educators, social workers and volunteers for their commitment and support during the workshops.
Special thanks to pupils from 4th grade, classes A, B, C and D, General School numebr 81 in Bucharest, for their involvement, commitment, ideas, joy and energy brought into our workshops and meetings. Very grateful to the teachers and school managers of School 81, as well as to our colleagues, Oana Niculae and Stefana Dobre and Mihaela Manole for conducting the workshops. We thank the Bucharest School Inspectorate for getting on board of this project and for acknowledging that bullying is a serious matter that affects the students’ well-being and the capacity for learning and for the availability to scale up our findings at decision making level.
Pupils from 6th grade ZŠ na Nabreži mladeže, Nitra. Pupils from 6th and 7th grade Dubova, Bratislava, children aged 10-17 years old from Christians Children Communities Movement eRko, Dlhe Pole. Children aged 10-17 years from low-threshold center Ulita, Bratislava. Children aged 11-12 years from low-threshold center Cirkus, Nitra. We thank sincerely to Miriama Somorovska, Jana Šimončičova, Ľudmila Vaclavova, Tatiana Ivanič, Diana Demkaninova and Lydia Marošiova for conducting workshops and focus groups as well. We also thank to school headmistress, coordinators of low-threshold centres for their commitment and support during the workshops and to all participating children.
4th, 6th and 8th grade Nygardsskolan, Gothenburg Year 4 Bjorkasskolan, Gothenburg. A special thanks to Petra Last and Jonna Hakansson for conducting the school workshops. We also thank Marie Ahlen, Johan Sehlstedt, Sara Sivertsson and class teachers for their commitment and support during the workshops.
Pupils from 3rd and 5th grade, Our Lady and St Anne’s RC Primary School, Newcastle upon Tyne. Pupils from 3rd and 5th grade, St Paul’s Federation of Schools, Alnwick. We thank sincerely Tracy Bell and Jill Marriott for conducting the school workshops. We also thank the Head teachers and class teachers for their commitment and support during the workshops.