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The following document is a summary of a three day strategic planning workshop that took place during August 2011 in New York City. It provides a brief summary of presentations and recommendations that emerged both during the workshop.
This literature review highlights protection challenges that children face in Liberia, explores current gaps in formal and informal child protection mechanisms, and sets forth the rationale for the development of a child protection curriculum in Liberia.
This document details the National Child Protection Curriculum developed in Uganda.
This document describes CPC Learning Network's Global Classroom. Through this initiative, students at Columbia University and NGO child protection practitioners learned from each other by holding virtual classrooms.
This is the three-year strategic plan for the Child Protection in Crisis Learning Network in Liberia. Their priority areas are mapping of community-based child protection mechanisms and human capacity development.The Program Learning Group (PLG) in Liberia was established at in January 2011.
In consultation with its members, the CPC Secretariat established three overarching priorities to be pursued from 2012 to 2015: systems mapping to address the range of interrelated factors that contribute to violations of children’s rights in relation to the larger context of immediate and underlying causes, engaging universities and professionalizing the field of child protection, and improving and disseminating measurement and evaluation tools.