In April this year the Portuguese CUIDAR team carried out its first set of consultations with children in a primary school in the centre of Lisbon. Two 4th grade classes (children between 9 and 10 years old) were chosen to pilot the workshop scheme. In the first session, children watched a short video about climate[…]
As severe floods hit the North West of England last weekend a Lancaster University research team, led by Professor Maggie Mort (Sociology), called for the Government to take notice of how flooding affects children. Working with school children hit by severe flooding two years ago both on Humberside and Thames Valley, the ESRC project, partnered by Save[…]
We wanted to involve children and young people in CUIDAR right from the start so where better than the creative process leading to the project logo? Informal drawing sessions were held in Lisbon schools, with the participation of children from the 5th and the 6th grade (10 to 12 years old).
The CUIDAR consortium met for the Launch Meeting on the 16-17th July 2015 at the Save the Children offices in London. This was a fantastic opportunity for all of the partners to meet face-to-face to share and exchange ideas and plan for the future whilst interacting with workers from Save the Children’s head office.