Every other year, the CPC Learning Network hosts a full network meeting in which we bring together all of our country partners and taskforces to share successes and plan for the coming two years.
On June 24-25, CPC, co-chair of the INSPIRE Working Group, was proud to partner with the World Health Organization (WHO), Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children and Government of the Republic of Uganda on the first INSPIRE Implementation Jamboree to advance evidence-based action to end violence against children. Over 150 participants from 20 countries convened in Kampala to learn about the INSPIRE package (content, implementation, and adaptation), meet and exchange with experts and frontline implementers, develop a better understanding of implementation needs, and apply knowledge gained to implement an INSPIRE intervention(s).
The 2016 Biennial Meeting of the CPC Learning Network will bring together representatives of the CPC Learning Network’s secretariat, advisory board, Program Learning Groups (PLGs), and task force leaders as well as representatives of affiliated institutions, organizations, individuals, and networks. We will present innovative research, take stock of the current state of knowledge on child protection and family welfare, and collectively identify key knowledge gaps.
This forum was devoted to innovative economic strengthening research dedicated to improving health, education, and well-being outcomes of vulnerable children, adolescents, families, and communities in low-resource settings, including children affected by HIV/AIDS and humanitarian disasters.
The 2013 Biennial Meeting of the CPC Learning Network took stock of the current state of the knowledge around child protection and family welfare, identified key knowledge gaps, and explored ways of working together to begin to fill these knowledge gaps.
October 2-3, 2013: Adapting a Systems Approach to Child Protection in Uganda- What is the Way Forward?
The Uganda PLG hosted a two-day conference featuring presentations and discussions around using a systems approach for child protection in Uganda.
March 6-7, 2012: Community-Based Child Protection Systems and their Linkage with the National Child Protection Systems in Uganda
The Uganda PLG’s inaugural learning forum was dedicated to community based child protection mechanisms and their linkages with national child protection systems.
The 2011 Biennial Meeting of the CPC Learning Network was convened in August to bring together diverse stakeholders including secretariat, advisory board, and program learning group (PLG) members to discuss priorities, activities, and network development and growth.
The Child Protection Working Group and CPC Learning Network co-hosted this three-day conference in Geneva to improve the care and protection of children in crisis‐affected countries by bringing together practitioners and researchers.