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This brief from the Center for the Study of Social Policy in the U.S. calls for "a much more robust and permanent solution to ensure that everyone has access to paid leave who needs it, during this immediate crisis, and into the future."
Este resumo é para os parceiros de desenvolvimento, incluindo o governo e a sociedade civil. Apresenta recomendações e recursos para responder às necessidades das raparigas, durante a crise de COVID-19 e no período de recuperação.
This report from Amnesty International outlines the "reckless response" of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to the COVID-19 crisis, which threatens public health, and calls for the release of immigration detainees.
This Guideline aims to further provide technical guidance to child protection workers in Ghana to better respond to child protection risks during the COVID-19 pandemic through case management, including psychosocial support.
This book is written for children to help them understand the Coronavirus.
Based on existing published and grey literature, the authors of this paper document nine main (direct and indirect) pathways linking pandemics and violence against women and children (VAW/C). The paper is aimed to be used by researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to help inform further evidence generation and policy action while situating VAW/C within the broader need for intersectional gender- and feminist-informed pandemic response.
This dashboard contains the latest data from UNICEF’s global databases that are relevant to the COVID-19 response for children. Explore country-level data by gender, residence and wealth quintile.
Consortium for Street Children (CSC) is collecting information from the organisations in its network working with children in street situations around the world via an online survey as well as discussions with individual members.
This comment from the Lancet explores the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on children in temporary accommodation in the UK.
This guidance is for Chief Officers, professional leaders in children’s services and child protection committees, who should ensure it is taken account of within local partnerships.