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This research, conducted by the CPC Learning Network for UNICEF’s West and Central Africa regional office, sought to better understand how social workers and related professionals are trained and educated –in both formal and less formal ways– to engage in social work practice, especially in regards to child protection, in the region.
This research utilized community mapping to explore local perceptions and experiences of child protection. Data were collected in five sites each in Montserrado and Nimba counties in Liberia.
This book chapter shows how psychology has the potential to address system challenges (armed conflict, HIV/AIDS pandemic, etc.) at the macro-level through macro-level approaches associated with social policies and societal influence processes.
The purpose of this project was to obtain a clear understanding of the current child protection information system in Indonesia.
This paper encourages an integrated approach to programming which includes components that address both the livelihoods and protection needs of children and youth in post-conflict situations.
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.
This paper documents the significant threats to children’s well-being directly linked to the political conflict in Darfur, Sudan.
Children and the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami: an Evaluation of UNICEF’s Response in Thailand (2005-2008)
This report reflects on the effectiveness of UNICEF‘s immediate response to the tsunami in Thailand and the process of transitioning toward mainstreamed programming work within three core areas: child protection, education and capacity building.
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.
The purpose of this competency framework, prepared by the Child Protection Working Group, is to provide a set of standards to facilitate staff recruitment, performance management and professional development with the aim of protecting children in emergencies.