This webinar will bring together key global agencies including WHO, UNICEF, the World Bank, LEGO Foundation, ARNEC and other partners, to provide a briefing on resources and actions being mobilized by each agency in response to COVID-19 and more.
The Alliance of Child Protection in Humanitarian Action with UNHCR will be hosting a webinar to explore the key considerations for adapting child protection responses in refugee settings to the current pandemic, including broader protection considerations.
In this webinar, Barbara Fallon of the University of Toronto and Delphine Collin-Vezina of McGill University will share information from the new University of Toronto Policy Bench report, Child Welfare and Pandemics Literature Scan (Sistovaris et al., 2020), including current knowledge of child welfare and pandemics, the impact on children in the Canadian child welfare system, potential policy solutions that could mitigate the detrimental effects of pandemics, and the measures taken to control the spread of disease.
This webinar will provide an overview of the issue, with lessons learned from past emergency contexts, current data on the prevalence of violence against children, presentation of guides and strategies to promote the protection of children and country presentations on strategies being currently implemented.
This virtual event will take place in lieu of the parallel event planned for the 64th Commission on the Status of Women “Bringing the Voices of Women and Girls with Disabilities to CSW64” and will be accompanied by a dedicated communications strategy.
This webinar on protecting vulnerable children and families during a global pandemic will be presented by Dr. Delia Pop, Director of Global Programmes of Hope and Homes for Children.
The World Blind Union (WBU) will host a Facebook live session on “Home schooling, how to help our children in time of Covid-19" on Wednesday April 22nd at 12 Noon EST.
This webinar will present guidance - including a number of front-line examples - on how to adapt Child Protection Case Management interventions to the new COVID-19 pandemic and better understand the important role of Child Protection actors in the emergency.
As COVID-19 negatively impacts all aspects of the well-being and development of children, this webinar will focus on one aspect that is often overlooked: the impact on their emotions and spirituality.
The aim of this webinar is to elaborate on the Technical Note in support of child protection practitioners and government officials in their immediate response to the child protection concerns faced by children who are at risk of separation or in alternative care during COVID-19 pandemic.