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Best Practices for Engaging Community-Based Child Protection Mechanisms and Establishing Synergies the Education Sector: Learning from Protracted Refugee Settings in Uganda and Rwanda
The aim of this note is to outline some ways of engaging with CBCPMs, especially within the education sector. This note is based on the findings of two studies of CBCPMs and their linkages to the education sector in two protracted refugee settings in Uganda and Rwanda.
The purpose of this book chapter is to expand the discourse on psychosocial assistance to refugees and displaced people beyond the trauma frame toward more holistic approaches that enable movement toward peace, conceived systemically to include nonviolence and social justice at multiple levels.
The purpose of this chapter is to examine diverse methods of community reconciliation and peacebuilding following armed conflicts in sub-Saharan Africa.
This article outlines necessary intervention strategies for children affected by war. An ecological approach is recommended to address children's issues as a part of a community.
This research took a bottom-up approach in examining existing Community-Based Child Protection Mechanisms (CBCPMs) in Arua and Nebbi districts in Uganda.
This guidance is a product of discussions on lessons learned from the research conducted on community-based child protection mechanisms. It compiles insights from the three days of reflection, dialogue and consensus building.
This ethnographic study assesses and maps informal and formal community-based child protection systems in Liberia.
The Uganda PLG’s inaugural learning forum in March 2012 focused on Community Based Child Protection Mechanisms (CBCPMs) and their linkages with the National Child Protection Systems. This report shares learning from conference that brought together over 70 participants from government, academic institutions, community based organizations, and international agencies along with national child protection actors and researchers.
This study set out to identify and systematically learn about the functioning of existing community-based child protection mechanisms in Aceh, Indonesia.