The REVIS project brings together five experienced child protection organizations from South-Eastern Europe which have a rich experience in advancing progressive principles in reducing violence against children, building capacity and knowledge amongst childcare professionals and empowering children to be an integral part of the debate and participate in tackling harmful practices.

These organizations are: Terre des hommes, Hungary; Terre des hommes, Romania; Brave Phone, Croatia; Center for Youth Integration, Serbia and Social Activities and Practice Institute Bulgaria.

The overall goal of the project is to prevent, combat and respond to peer violence among children through transforming social and gender norms and behaviors; create space for children to challenge social and gender norms that lead to peer violence; and become social influencers to develop solutions to the problem.

The objectives of the project are: develop a program of engagement in four countries – with the help of 80 trained facilitators and 8 trainers, based on the findings of a qualitative research conducted into the social and gender norms contributing to violence against children, to work with 1600 children, youth and teachers on activities, campaigns and programs that prevent and reduce peer-to-peer violence in and around schools and other educational settings (like afterschool).