Did you miss the webinar on using digital storytelling? Do you want to know how you can integrate this method into your advocacy, recovery and reintegration efforts? Don´t worry! Watch here the recording https://youtu.be/5a4ZjlUW184
VAC in all Care Settings - Africa Expert Consultation is ongoing in Nairobi, Kenya (June 21-22). At least 40 children's care experts in the Africa region are convening to develop recommendations for the region in relation to violence and care.
Participate of the Digital Storytelling Webinar coming up this Thursday at 11am PST Join Amy Hill, Director of Silence Speaks to jointly explore how first-person storytelling and participatory media practices can support health and human rights efforts around the world. Follow this link when the time comes: https://zoom.us/j/373402427
Seeking submissions on sexual abuse and violence prevention.
Human trafficking victims suffer from serious medical and mental health issues....
India commits to counting children outside homes and families as it shifts away from institution - https://wearelumos.org/post/child-care-reform-india-one-sixth-world-population-has-regional-and-global-significance
The online course on the UN Guidelines on Aternative Care has just began!
Drs Allnock, Warrington and Beckett highlight the importance of learning from those affected by sexual abuse, to make sure our responses meet their needs.
On World Family Day let us pledge for safer families and communities for enabling children to grow and develop in a loving and caring environment http://www.familyforeverychild.org/our-impact/guidelines-on-childrens-reintegration/
Congratulations to UYDEL! Two young researchers and a facilitator from the NGO Uganda Youth Development Link, a RISE member, have been selected to attend a young researchers program as part of the SVRI Forum 2017 to be held from 18-21 September in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
To early marriages you need to tackle underlying factors. Interesting article shared by Girls Not Brides.
ISPCAN announces this year´s focus theme: Online Safety, Preventing Violence Against Children in Cyberspace
Resettlement as a Protection Tool for Refugee Children Globally, nearly 100,000 – or slightly less than 1% – of all refugee and asylum-seeking children are separated from their families. Children in this situation are at risk of multiple violations and harmful practices such as child labour and early marriage. This article explores the need to ensure that new and existing initiatives to resettle refugee children at risk, including unaccompanied children, are better able to serve their unique protection needs in today’s global context. https://goo.gl/SpH0Ki
National Estimation of Children in Residential Care Institutions in Cambodia This study is a baseline on the number of children living in residential care institutions in Cambodia. The study also describes the characteristics of the children (e.g., age, sex, duration of stay, education and health). The data intends to guide recent efforts by the Government of Cambodia to reduce the number of children living in residential care institutions and increase the number of children growing up in supportive family environments. https://goo.gl/KlHikk
Did you miss the RISE Webinar on Promoting Learning on Recovery and Reintegration from Child Sexual Exploitation? The webinar provides a comprehensive and critical analysis of the Indian government’s efforts to rescue and reintegrate trafficked children into families and communities. Watch Satya Prakash, Program Manager at FXB India Suraksha, explain the findings of the 2016 Study conducted by FXB India Suraksha and FXB Centre for Public Health, Harvard University. https://youtu.be/3grHl4NVC_4
E-course on Managing Gender-based Violence Programmes in Emergencies UNFPA was launched an updated version of their free online course on "Managing Gender-Based Violence Programmes in Emergencies". The course targets anyone who wants to increase their knowledge around GBV prevention and response in emergencies. The content of the course was updated in collaboration with the Gender-Based Violence Area of Responsibility's Learning Task Team and allows participants to learn new concepts and test their learning through quizzes and direct application of knowledge to case studies. Participants can obtain a certificate of completion. goo.gl/WjsAMJcontent_copyCopy short URL
6th Conference of the International Society for Child Indicators The theme of the 2017 conference is Children in a World of Opportunities: Innovations in Research, Policy, and Practice. ISCI conferences have been held every two years for the past 10 years. These conferences aim to gather researchers, practitioners, policy makers and child advocates from across the world to share and discuss the latest child indicator research and implications for policy and interventions. This year´s conference will take place between June 28 - 30 in Montreal, Canada. https://goo.gl/OW09Op
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