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Title: Ankara TRKIYE


1

INCLUSIVE SOCIETY STREET CHILDREN
  • Ankara- TÜRKIYE

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  • Street children, as young as 6 years old, are the
    most visible part of the population of Turkey
  • Children working in the streets are those who
    spend part of the day in the streets working in
    order to contribute to the family budget or to
    meet their own financial needs, and who come back
    home early or late at night

3
  • These children working in the streets of
  • metropolitan centres of Turkey can be divided
    into two groups.

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first group
  • consists of children who work in the streets
    during the day, and sometimes during the evening
    and night,but who finally return home to stay
    with their family.
  • selling napkins, chewing gum,water, sunflower
    seeds, lottery tickets and any other small items
    appropriate to the season.
  • dangerous activities such as cleaning the
    windshields of cars stopped at red lights

5
second group
  • consists of children working and living in the
    streets, who have left their homes and/or whose
    families have disintegrated
  • garbage collection and separation in the streets
    as well as at the garbage dumps

6
The great majority of children working in the
streets in Turkey belong to the first group.
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  • Precise numbers vary from city to city
  • Depend on the season of the year
  • There is an almost permanent problem in the
    western, southern and south eastern cities, with
    large numbers of migrants.

8
WHY THEY NEED TO WORK?
  • Poor and unemployed migrants and their
    households are the main source of children
    working in the streets.
  • Struggles against poverty, and in some cases
    social unrest, have pushed many rural families
    inTurkey to the metropolitan cities
  • Rising unemployment
  • Family breakdown
  • Low access to quality basic social services.

9
OUR PROJECT
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Description of Activity
  • Painting the wagon (railway cars) by street
    children and regular school children.

Practical Carriage and Wagon Painting A Treatise
on the Painting of Carriages, Wagons, and
Sleighs Embracing Full and Explicit... by
Hillick, M. C., and Ferrell, Merri M. (Adapted
by)
11
Activities
  • Painting the wagons (railway cars) by street
    children and regular school children
  • Organizing opening ceramony ( introduction
    wagons)
  • Children will gave a name to the train
  • To organize a long/short trip

12
Activities
  • Children can write or paint their feelings about
    the process
  • These reflections can be put in the train
  • Long term activity This train may become a
    regular trasnportation to give education, to make
    social activities for this group

13
How and Why?
  • Idea come with the newspaper
  • Positive feedback of
  • Turkish State Railways
  • First thought little (painting a wagon)
  • Then said why not?
  • (arrange a train)

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Our Wider Objectives
  • Medium aim
  • - To provide street childrens social inclusion,
  • - To remind them their childhood roles.
  • Long term aim
  • - Provide the awareness of the society,
  • - Change the point of view of both street
    children and community.
  • - Promoting social change at the individual,
    group or organizational level.

15
Project-specific objectives
  • By making a meaningful occupation (painting
    activity) integration of street children with
    regular school children
  • Provide a safe environment for street children
    and equip them with the skills to help them
    re-integrate into society.

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  • We will do interviews with children before,
    during and after the project to learn their
    feelings

17
  • Children write and paint something about their
    feelings in the paper
  • Stick paper to wagons inside wall for people to
    read
  • Using this wagon in the different route and
    different time by TCDD will be be an example of
    that childrens cooperation.
  • http//www.trt.net.tr/23nisan/program.aspx?dileng

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Partners
Support of Semra Sezer
  • Hacettepe University OT Unit
  • Greater Municipality of Ankara
  • Street Children Day Center
  • Public Regular School (Ministry of Education)
  • Turkish State Railways
  • Hacettepe University Art Faculty
  • Non Govermental Organisations

19
Presentation of Organisation
  • Hacettepe University OT Unit
  • Experience at networking and organization
  • Hacettepe University Art Faculty
  • Teaching painting
  • Greater Municipality Ankara
  • Financial support

20
Presentation of Organisation
  • Street Children Day Center
  • Public Regular School
  • Include children
  • Turkish State Railways
  • Providing wagon and place
  • Permission to do our project real
  • Organization of the travels

21
Human resourcesStreet children Regular school
children OT students Art students
Travel and accomodation Municipality
Equipment/Materials Wagon Brush Paintings and
others
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  • The activity will be done at weekends, so the OT
    and teachers could control the progress.
  • This activity will be a hobby for the children
    and they will learn to share with the other
    children.

23
Where and When
  • Railway Station- Sihhiye/Ankara
  • Until 23 April 2006(Childrens Festival)
  • The festival was presented to children by
    Atatürk. Every year World Children come to Turkey
    at 23 April for the festival. TRT (Turkish
    National Television) prepare an international
    feast every year.

24
Why we choose that day?
  • 23 rd April, the date of unique and first
    festival for the children goes to the years of
    foundation of Turkish Republic
  • 23 rd April has become the date of an official
    festival since first anniversary of foundation of
    the Grand National Assembly and has been
    mentioned as National Festival, Soverignty
    Festival. After that it was congratulated as the
    Week of Children in 1929 and called as National
    Soverignty and Childrens Festival by a special
    law.

25
  • UNESCO announced World Childrens Day in 1979
  • 23 rd April Childrens Festival
  • has been celebrated
  • by World Children.

26
  • 23 of April will be opening ceremony and trip to
    anywhere with that children.
  • Media and Municipality will come to opening
    ceremony. Therefore we will announce and
    disseminate that project through country
  • That children give a name their wagons.

27
Work Plan
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  • Project Management Team?
  • Responsible students of the project
  • Hacettepe University OT Unit
  • Full Consortium Team?
  • Responsible students of the project
  • Hacettepe University OT Unit
  • Greater Municipality of Ankara
  • Street Children Day Center
  • Public Regular School (Ministry of Education)
  • Turkish State Railways
  • Hacettepe University Art Faculty
  • Non Govermental Organisations

31
  • Project Activity Group?
  • Responsible students of the project
  • Hacettepe University OT Unit
  • Hacettepe University Art Faculty
  • Street Children Day Center
  • Public Regular School (Ministry of Education)
  • Local Partner Team ?
  • Turkish State Railways
  • Greater Municipality of Ankara
  • Street Children Day Center
  • Public Regular School (Ministry of Education)
  • Non Govermental Organisations

32
Outcomes
  • Provide a safe environment for street children
    and equip them with the skills to help them
    re-integrate into society.
  • Promote social change at the individual, group or
    organizational level.
  • Develop partnerships with Government Agencies and
    the private and public sectors in order to
    mobilise resources

33
Outcomes
  • Engagement in an occupation
  • Interaction between  person, occupation,
    environment variables
  • Enhance the capacity of community social work
    services
  • Introduction of the community based
    rehabilitation by the help of media
  • Awareness of the society
  • Publication in a journal

34
References
  • .1991. Street Workers in Ankara. report presented
    to ILO Ankara.
  • Ertürk, Yakin. 1994. Patterns of Child Labor in
    Rural Turkey. Ankara ILO publication.
  • Hancioglu A., Koç I, Dayioglu M.April 2000. The
    Status of Children and Women in Turkey
  • Perspectives in the Context of the CRC and CEDAW.
    Submitted to UNICEF, Ankara
  • International Labour Office (ILO). 1994a.
    Istanbul Sokaklarinda Çalisan Çocuklar Arastirma
    Projesi Dökümani. (Research Project on Children
    Working on the Streets of Istanbul). Ankara ILO
    yayini.
  • ILO and UNICEF. 2000. Investigating Child Labour
    Guidelines for Rapid Assessment, Draft

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References
  • Kahramanoglu, Ertan (ed.).1996. Türkiyede
    Çalisan Çocuklar Sorunu ve Çözüm Yollari (The
    Problem of Working Children in Turkey and its
    Solutions). H. Ü. Sosyal Hizmetler Yüksek Okulu
    ve Friedrich-Naumann Vakfi.
  • Zeytinoglu, Sezen. 1989. Çalisan Çocuklar ve
    Sokak Çocuklari (Working Children and Street
    Children).DPT ve UNICEF Yayini Ankara.
  • Yener Sisman, Sokakta Çalisan Çocuklarin Yasam
    Kosullari ve Gelecek Beklentileri Sorunla ve
    Çözüm Önerilerine Yönelik Eskisehir Örnegi, 2004
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