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Street children

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2014 Uluslararası Lider Martılar Projeleri_No 22
2014 International ICT Leading Seagulls project #22

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Street children

  1. 1. ED 313 Conflict Resolution The reasons of why children end up in the streets 07.05.2014 1
  2. 2. Group Name: Snowdrop Lovers Association Motto: Catch The Light Group Members: Kübra Balcı (GUID) Sümeyra Genç (GUID) Tuba Kaynarca (CET) Ayşe Günalay (FLED) 2 We meet at ETA-B on mondays at 13.30
  3. 3. Why Have We Chosen This Topic? Because we think street children are neglected even though they are so many. There is a great conflict between them and society. 3
  4. 4. THERE IS NOT A PHRASE AS « STREET CHILDREN » STREETS CANNOT GIVE BIRTH ! ruhsalenerji.org/ 4
  5. 5. Brainstorming Why street children tend to street?  Negligence of family  Influence by friends  Low education  Poverty  Being Orphan 5
  6. 6. Matrix Diagram Family Financial Immigration Environmental Educational Kübra 7 6 3 5 4 Sümeyra 7 6 3 4 5 Ayşe 7 6 2 4 5 Tuba 6 5 2 1 7 7 – very high 1- very low Toplam 27 23 10 14 21 6
  7. 7. Who Are Street Children? Group 1: Children who have an ongoing relationship with their families. These are children working on the streets. Even if they spend their days with working on the streets these children are nevertheless under their families' protection and control. www.hurriyet.com.tr/ 7
  8. 8. Group 2: Children on the street who establishing relationships with families from time to time " Altough the contact of these children to their families is weaken, it is not broken totaly. They indetify themselves with their parents and sibling. www.hakimiyet.com 8
  9. 9. Group 3: Children who have no relationship to the family. They are children with the poorest sections in general and broken families. Children who are separated from their families. rebelandblue.blogspot.com.tr/ 9
  10. 10. Street Children Who Tend To Crime Children Who Uses Drug: Living and working on the street from street children a section and some children remaining with the family domestic violence, neglect, abuse and indifference are due to drug use. www.spiritualriver.com/ galeri.uludagsozluk.com 10
  11. 11. Transmitted Child Prostitution and Child Pornography: Living and working in the street, especially girls, into prostitution can infect a portion of the time. Also children wo works and lives on the street may be used pornography. www.focus.de/ 11
  12. 12. Begging Children: In this group, children can be found as who work and live on the street. They are children begging on behalf of their family or gangs. 12
  13. 13. Street Gangs: Generally consisting of children over the age of 15 and is organized as a group in the street. A part lives temporarily separated from their parents, the other part is living with the family. www.ozgurmedya.org/ 13
  14. 14. Stray Children: Daily or hourly children leaving their families, or escape from the school and spend they time pointless on the street. www.tahinpekmez.org/ 14
  15. 15. Fish Bone Why children end up in the streets? Family Problems Finacial ProblemsEnvironmental Problems Low Education Level Immigration Problems 15 Violence Stepmother/ father To lose parents Disability PovertyBad Friends Economic Distress
  16. 16. Reasons Of Why Street Children Go to Streets Family Problems Children end up on the streets for a number of reasons, one of the important reasons violence (physical, verbal, sexual abuse) in the family . www.theatlantic.com/ 16
  17. 17. Doç.Dr. Zahir KIZMAZ – Rıfat BİLGİN (Bahar 2010) Sokakta çalışan/Yaşayan Çocuklar ve Suç: Diyarbakır Örneği 17
  18. 18. • Another reason is the stepmother/father. Who can be bullied by them so that they escape from their home. • Step parents can force them to work in the streets. tolovehonorandvacuum.com 18
  19. 19. Doç.Dr. Zahir KIZMAZ – Rıfat BİLGİN (Bahar 2010) Sokakta çalışan/Yaşayan Çocuklar ve Suç: Diyarbakır Örneği 19
  20. 20. • If the child loose one or both parents or if it is a breakdown family. www.sevdaselim.net/ Doç.Dr. Zahir KIZMAZ – Rıfat BİLGİN (Bahar 2010) Sokakta çalışan/Yaşayan Çocuklar ve Suç: Diyarbakır Örneği 20
  21. 21. • They can be rejected or abandoned by their family for various reasons like disability, disease or disobedience. www.engellerikaldir.com/ 21
  22. 22. Financial Problems Families live in severe economic distress, either in rural villages or city slums, and are unable to care for their children. Parents encourage their older children to leave home to find work. www.theguardian.com/ 22
  23. 23. Doç.Dr. Zahir KIZMAZ – Rıfat BİLGİN (Bahar 2010) Sokakta çalışan/Yaşayan Çocuklar ve Suç: Diyarbakır Örneği 23
  24. 24. Subaşı Baybuğa & Kubilay(2003) Sokakta Yaşayan/ Çalışan Çocukların Aile ve Yaşadıkları Konutun Özellikleri Diğer 1 :Temizlik şirketinde işçi, gündelik temizlikçi, kapıcı, reklamcı Diğer 2 : Memur, boyacı, balıkçı, seyyar satıcı, hamal, hurdacı, inşaat işçisi, muhasebeci 24
  25. 25. Immigration The child of the family who immigrate end up in the street because of the financial problems. www.anadolugazetesi.com.tr/ 25
  26. 26. Environment Children are influenced by their friends or they want to gain popularity of their friends because of that they do forbidden things. www.dedektif.ws/ 26
  27. 27. Doç.Dr. Zahir KIZMAZ – Rıfat BİLGİN (Bahar 2010) Sokakta çalışan/Yaşayan Çocuklar ve Suç: Diyarbakır Örneği 27
  28. 28. Education Also the most children in the streets are low educated. They do not use or get the chance to education. Why? Because of that they don’t see another chance for they future except the streets. www.bulus.org/ 28
  29. 29. Subaşı Baybuğa & Kubilay(2003) Sokakta Yaşayan/ Çalışan Çocukların Aile ve Yaşadıkları Konutun Özellikleri 29
  30. 30. Subaşı Baybuğa & Kubilay(2003) Sokakta Yaşayan/ Çalışan Çocukların Aile ve Yaşadıkları Konutun Özellikleri 30
  31. 31. Stage Play «The Letter» 31
  32. 32. Will I escape from being beaten today? 32
  33. 33. It would be nice when I get some to eat..Puff… I am so hungry. 33
  34. 34. Awesome! One person has given me coin! 34
  35. 35. One person gave too! 35
  36. 36. Ooops! That is a bagel. Does the king angry with me if I eat this? I’m so hungry. Heyy.. What writes at this paper? 36
  37. 37. 37
  38. 38. Can I escape from this horrible life? Can I do that? 38
  39. 39. Yes…I want to live in a new and good life. I can do it. I can achieve this! 39
  40. 40. Solutions  Public awareness to help street children should be increased.  Centers that help these children should be risen.  Schools may give information and offer education about these centers to theit students.  Volunteers who work in these children may be increased. 40
  41. 41. www.cocukhizmetleri.gov.tr/ 41
  42. 42. • Coordination Center It includes Street Officies, Housings and Mobile teams. It is responsible for ensuring cooperation among these units. Also it repairs broken relationship between child and the child’s parent. aktuelresim.com 42
  43. 43. • Mobile Team They are responsible for finding street children and their accomodation in a proper center for them www.seohocasi.com/ • Street Office They are located in crowded centers. They are responsible for taking warning about street children . www.figensoft.com/ www.logoyansit.com/ • Night Shelter They are responsible for convincing street children to go to rehabilitation center. 43
  44. 44. • Children Teenager Treatment of Addiction Center (ÇEMATEM) Çocuk Ergen Madde Bağımlılığı Tedavi Merkezi (ÇEMATEM) At these centers children who are addicted are treated. ÇEMATEM works under the control of Ministry of Health tr.clipartlogo.com/ 44
  45. 45. • Medical Rehabilitation Center After the treatement, these centers maintain the rehabilitation for children. www.careershift.com.au/ 45
  46. 46. • Social Rehabilitation Center At these centers, children are improved socially. They receive academical and occupational education, learn new abilities and have responsibilities. After this education they are placed in child- teenager houses. www.sondakika.com/ 46
  47. 47. «Sevgi Evleri» The Success of Judokas www.cocukhizmetleri.gov.tr/ 47
  48. 48. Sınıf Öğretmenleri Derneği – Elazığ Eğitim Koçumla Sosyal Yaşam Projesi 48 Children  Having problems with school  Living in poverty (Fig.1,3,5)  Street children Volunteers  University students in educational faculty (Fig.2)  Instructors at Fırat University  Teachers Figure 1 Figure 2
  49. 49. 49 Figure 5 Figure 3 Figure 4 Education  Mathematics  Science  Turkish Literature  English  Theatre  Guitar (Fig.3)
  50. 50. Interview with Associate Professor Mehmet TURAN 50
  51. 51. ED-313 GANNT CARD EXPECTED OBSERVED 51
  52. 52. Resources • Doç.Dr Zahir KIZMAZ & Rıfat BİLGİN(Bahar 2010). Sokakta çalışan/Yaşayan Çocuklar ve Suç: Diyarbakır Örneği. Elektronik Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi C.9 S.32 (269- 311) • Mehmet GÜNGÖR (Aralık 2008) Evrensel Bir Sorun olarak Çocuk Suçluluğu ve Sokakta Çalışan ve Yaşayan Çocuklar. Adıyaman Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü Dergisi C.1 S.1 • UNICEF, Sokak Çocukları ve Çalışan Çocuklar, 1998, s.43. • T.C. Aile ve Sosyal Politikalar Bakanlığı . Sokakta Yaşayan/ Çalıştırılan Çocuklar, fromwww.cocukhizmetleri.gov.tr/ • İmece Circles by Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL 52
  53. 53. Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL 53

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