On Tuesday, August 25, 2015, Her Royal Highness Crown Princes Victoria of Sweden attended the 2015 Stockholm Junior Water Prize held at the Grand Hotel in Stockholm, Sweden.
The Stockholm Junior Water Prize is an international award and competition which engages, encourages and supports the interest of youth in local and global water environment issues. Founded to complement the Stockholm Water Prize, the Stockholm Junior Water Prize was first awarded in Sweden in 1995 and internationally in 1997.
On Tuesday, August 25, 2015, Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary of Denmark attended the Kærlig Talt (Loving Action) event held at the Guldberg Skole in Copenhagen.
An initiative of the Mary Fonden, Kærlig Talt is a:
“…a course for the nation’s students at secondary school age. The ambition is to develop young people’s abilities to cope with difficult emotions so they can better maintain secure healthy relationships with each other, and then at a later stage in life are equipped to help avoid dating violence or other forms of violent relationships.
The purpose of Loving Action is to develop students’ ability to create positive and safe relationships, deal with difficult emotions individually and with each other, prevent dating violence and destructive conflicts, develop communication skills so that they learn to communicate appropriately and constructively, understand what can lead to violence in intimate relationships, explore non-violent practices, and to seek help if violence still occurs.”