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Cape Town Plus Ten: Child Soldiers: What Have We Learned? What Do We Still Need to Know?
This ‘Cape Town Plus Ten’ Workshop, held in 2006, was designed to examine what we have learned and what we still need to know from a global perspective to develop international standards, guidelines and good practice on the prevention of recruitment of children into the armed forces and on demobilization and social reintegration of child soldiers in Africa.
Care and Protection of Children in Crisis Affected Countries: A Good Practice-Policy Change Initiative
This is the final report for the 2006 CPC Review Workshop, which includes strategies for establishing the fieldwork partnerships required for advancing the CPC and strategies for maximizing practice and policy influence of the work.
Household Livelihoods in Crisis Situations: What Do We Know and Need to Learn about Economic Interventions for Child Protection and Well being?
Recognizing the need to explore livelihoods interventions and economic strengthening activities as they pertain to child protection and well-being in crisis settings, a workshop was held to identify key program learning needs in the area of livelihoods interventions and economic strengthening activities as they pertain to child protection and well-being in crisis settings. This is the final meeting summary of this workshop.