Participation of teachers of the Department of Economics and Public Administration in the Second Regional Forum # STOP BULLING

24.09.2021 | 23:50

23/09/2021 Head of the Department Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor Kaplenko Halyna took part in the Second Regional Forum # STOP BULLING. The organizer of the event is Natalia Podvirna, associate professor of the department (director of the Public Institution “Center for Social Services of Davydiv Village Council of Lviv District of Lviv Region”).
Children are the future of any nation and state. The younger generation will determine the success of political, economic, intellectual and cultural progress. The issue of protection of the rights and legitimate interests of children is and remains one of the priority tasks in the activities of local governments and the state.


The panel discussions discussed bullying, the responsibility of adults and their steps to combat bullying, how to strengthen the resilience of the child. In Ukraine, child protection measures provide for the proper fulfilment by parents of their responsibilities for the upbringing and development of children. The family is the main and necessary environment for the upbringing and development of the child. It is in the family that a child develops values, their holistic system, norms of behaviour, understanding of the responsibility of a person as an individual and a citizen of his country.
The participants also discussed the problems and activities of the authorities and local governments regarding the social protection of children

Social protection is one of the main functions of the state, the main task of which is the social protection of children. This is the creation of appropriate conditions for the physical, intellectual and spiritual development of the child and preparation for independent living. The issue of social protection of the population in Ukraine remains extremely relevant. Therefore, there is an urgent need to identify priority areas, effective actions and measures for preventive work among the population and to ensure the widest possible range of government obligations for the full provision of orphans and children deprived of parental care.