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‘She is only three years old, she is our little mediator’

By Szilvia Süki What does conflict management and resolution mean to me? Let me answer this with a short story. I realised how good the restorative techniques are, while I was working with a mixed group of children (Roma and non-Roma) … Continue reading

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‘They look at the world and others without any prejudice’

By Erika Magyar My family has an Italian style of life with sometimes smaller, sometimes bigger conflicts. Now that my sisters and I have left our parents’ house, the quarrels have ceased and we spend the weekends in a relaxed … Continue reading

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‘The Roma children were segregated’

By Dora Szegő While I was a sociology student at the university, I participated in research on education that studied the treatment of Roma children at schools in small villages. In such villages I met with people who live in deep … Continue reading

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‘Children are able to communicate in a restorative way’

  By Borbála Fellegi Anna, my 5-and-half-year-old daughter spent a night at Magda, Anna’s 7-year-old best friend. After a pleasant evening, dinner and a bath, once Magda’s mother started to read a story for them, Magda started to cry. No one … Continue reading

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