Learning platform

to help understand and acknowledge violence


‘The Lucky Ones’
by Liz Lawson 
‘The hate U give’ by Angie Thomas 
‘Girl’ by Torey L. Hayden

For fans of Thirteen Reasons Why, This Is How It Ends, and All the Bright Places, comes a new novel about life after. How do you put yourself back together when it seems like you’ve lost it all?

Inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, this is a powerful and gripping YA novel about one girl’s struggle for justice by fighting for her community and friends.

It’s a story about a six-year-old girl whose mother left her in a high-way. The young girl was raised by a father who had problems with alcohol. With the help of her teacher, she finally finds her extraordinary talents and what it truly means to love and be loved.

‘Domestic violence: recognition, help, prevention’ by Gintaras Chomentauskas
‘You’ll give yourself away. With voice’ by Vanda Juknaite
‘Parents, pimples and other teenagers concerns’ by E. Giordano, T. Lasconi, G. Boscato

The book will find a detailed look into the physical and psychological types of violence, its reasons, and recognition of possible measures to weaken the long-term effect on physical and mental health.

It’s the written experience of the author while she was working with children living in the streets. She encounters many obstacles brought by society and negative approaches trying to help those in need.

The book openly describes and discusses teenagers’ problems: friendships, identity crises, obstacles with character, and misunderstandings with parents.


“A girl like her”
“After Lucia”

“Trust” is a crime drama centering around the Cameron family. Annie begins talking to a 16-year-old boy named Charlie in a chatroom. After a few months of communicating online, Annie meets Charlie in person, and he ends up being a 30-something-year-old predator.

“A Girl Like Her” is not based on a singular true story but is inspired by hundreds of stories. The movie follows the story of Jessica, a high school sophomore who attempts to commit suicide and falls into a coma after being continuously bullied by a girl in her school.

Six months after the death of his wife in a car accident, Roberto and his teenage daughter Alejandra set off from Vallarta for a fresh start in Mexico City. Alejandra at first seems to fit in, but very soon, she has aroused the baser instincts in her classmates. Ashamed and unable to tell her father about the escalating bullying at school, Alejandra’s silence ultimately takes a dreadful toll.



“Silence Hides Violence” project is co-founded by the European Solidarity Corps programme of the European Union and implemented together with Active Youth Association.

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