The Virtues Project activity in New Zealand
The Virtues Project activity internationally
For useful articles and tips on growing responsibility towards money try the great range of articles and tips – including the Top 10 Principles to impress upon your kids about money.
A supportive network for New Zealand grandparents who are raising their grandchildren.
One of our favourite sites where you can read the wisdom of children. Children’s thoughts on hitting as a ‘discipline’ method.
Research on corporal punishment and more from the children on how it is for them (definitely take a look at this).
Our vision is a world in which all children are treated with dignity, respect, understanding, and compassion. In such a world, every child can grow into adulthood with a generous capacity for love and trust. Our society has no more urgent task. Resources for parents.
Thoughts about Emmi Pikler’s philosophy
Marianne Hermsen-van Wanrooy. New Zealand based neuro-Paediatric Physiotherapist and writer of the book Babymoves. Works with infants and children with physical disabilities using methods inspired by Emmi Pikler.
Dr. Pikler recognized the need to offer an environment where children are respected and nurtured to become emotionally and socially mature individuals, able to adjust to the needs of others and of society. Visit the home base for the Pikler movement!
Home base for the work of Magda Gerber – who was inspired by Emmi Pikler. RIE is a non-profit organization that has developed and is teaching a unique philosophy and methodology in working with infants. The RIE approach, based on Respect, helps raise authentic infants who are: competent, confident, curious, attentive, exploring, cooperative, secure, peaceful, focused, self-initiating, resourceful, involved, cheerful, aware, interested and inner-directed.
The Centre for Attachment is a New Zealand-based agency dedicated to providing support, education and training for families, organisations and communities on optimal child development and attachment.