ARABIAN CHILD IN THE NEWS
Ministry of Interior, United Arab Emirates: VGT Views Efforts of Countries to Protect Children from Online Risks
Speakers at the 5th Conference of the Virtual Global Taskforce (VGT) agreed on enhancing child protection against online child abuse by educating them and setting up protocols, studies and research. Mrs. Samia Kazi, Operation Manager at Arabian Child, Dubai, participated with a paper on ‘Abuse on the Internet: Communicating with Children and Families.’ She said that police officers in the United Arab Emirates are playing an essential role in protecting children against online abuse by enforcing related laws and legislations. She also stressed on raising child awareness on risks, which could lead them to become victims.
The British University in Dubai and Arabian Child sign MoU for positive early years education
BUiD and Arabian Child will provide training for teachers, to develop the standards and services for the education of all young children in the UAE, integrating the best global practices into Emirati and Arabic cultures.
Creating the leaders of tomorrow
The future and prosperity of our nations depends on the quality of experiences children have in their earliest years.
Every experience they have, good or bad, has a definite effect on their brain architecture and is causing their bodies and minds to develop in different ways.
We all share the responsibility of the development of the child. Governments, communities, parents, and the private sector all have an important role to play to ensure children’s well being, social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development.
Quality in the early years will unlock the child’s potential…
Child abuse fight hampered by ‘diversity’
Cultural diversity can make it difficult to protect children from abuse, experts said at a discussion forum on the issue.
Forum for Parents “How to talk to your children about child abuse”
Emiratweet and Arabian Child are collaborating to host a unique event to raise awareness about protecting children from abuse and neglect through an interactive session that will allow parents to discuss questions and concerns.
Working mothers ‘need more nurseries’
A shortage of government and workplace-sponsored nurseries leaves many working mothers struggling to balance the demands of home and career, a nationwide study has found.
Children with disabilities are more likely to be abused
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Setting the benchmark: Establishing and monitoring high quality practice through our programmes and services.
Upholding Ethics: Maintaining professional and trusting relationships with clients and stakeholders. Treating our fellow employees, suppliers, customers and shareholders with respect and valuing their contributions.
Applying Continuous Improvement: Assessing and developing our systems, processes and people to enhance our product and service offerings on a continuous basis.
Integrating Different Cultures: Acknowledging our environment and promoting mutual respect and integration through our programmes, services, and people.
Satisfying Customers: Achieving the level of performance that meets requirements and exceeds our client’s expectations.
Supporting & Educating Communities: Advocating for child wellbeing, education and protection by engaging with local and international communities to raise awareness and standards.