Separation of children from their parents can have numerous lasting negative effects, especially on the children, wrote a US-based Iranian psychologist in an article sent to the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) on Saturday.
This planet is in crisis. The safe limits within which human societies can be sustained, the earth’s ‘planetary boundaries’, are being exceeded, a path leading inevitably toward collapse.
The law on children’s right is very near to be approved by the Majlis [Iranian parliament] and now some burning questions will arise: will it really help prevent child maltreatment, will it help in timely recognition of abuse or it solely crackdowns on criminals and administer punishment?
We all know that surah Baqarah is the longest chapter in the Quran. It comes with lessons, commandments, stories and duas (supplications) that can transform our lives in a powerful manner.
A splash of green in an urban landscape can lift the spirits of city residents, a new study suggested
Old and abandoned schools will be transformed into eco-lodges and guest houses in order to develop hospitality industry across towns and villages in Kerman province, southeastern Iran.
A quarter of the world's children — about 535 million — are living in a country affected by conflict or disaster, the head of the UN children's agency said.
Policies and programs aimed at increasing educational and economic opportunities typically target either low-income children or their mothers, but not both, which limits their impact in fostering intergenerational mobility
New research reveals that people are more likely to change jobs when they are younger and well educated, though not necessarily because they are more open to a new experience.
Did you share your favorite childhood book with your children? If you did, you're not alone. Most people do. But did you know it can help your children to develop a lifelong love of reading?
At this year’s European Development Days in Brussels, global leaders met to discuss the critical role education plays in sustainable development.
While the progress of technology and its accessibility improves our lives, it may also impede communication skills in children, and tablets and smart phone use should be very limited for children of all ages.
When I first read about children as young as four presenting with mental health difficulties, such as self-harming behavior and anxiety, I sighed heavily. Have we really come to this? I wondered.