No, It´s Not Okay!
Each year, 22.000 children in Denmark experience violence at home – physical, emotional, verbal or psychological, just to name a few examples. To make matters worse, they aren’t likely to speak up. Why? They don’ t know that what they experience at home, is not okay. And if they do know it’s not okay, the widespread social stigma associated with domestic violence is likely to keep them from seeking help.
Odense Krisecenter, one of Denmark’s principal women’s and children’s crisis shelters, wanted to change that.
A Smarter Learning Tool
Back in 2010, Odense Krisecenter asked us to develop a physical learning tool for schools. It turned into a huge success, but it required a lot of resources. Each time it was being used in a class room, the teacher had to bring in a counselor and a police officer, too.
Luckily, The Ole Kirk Foundation decided to support the project, funding a digitized and interactive version of the tool that enables teachers nation-wide to carry out educational sessions on their own.