The webinar will share findings detailed in a policy brief that features an increased focus on the well-being and working conditions of caregivers in the informal economy. The brief highlights the need to consider sustainable policy and protection responses instead of quick, short-term measures for more disability inclusive, gender-transformative, and equitable solutions.
African Child Policy Forum (ACPF) has organized a Pan-African event under the theme “The Economic Case for Investing in Children and Celebrating Model Practices in Africa”. The event will be held virtually on 18th November 2021 at 16:00-18:00 hrs (EAT).
Hosted by the Early Childhood Development Action Network and the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children, this webinar offers an opportunity to learn more about the prevalence and impacts of corporal punishment in early life, to hear about global progress towards prohibiting and eliminating corporal punishment in the early years, including examples of good practice, and to discuss strategies for ending corporal punishment as a priority for promoting the rights and wellbeing of young children and supporting the development of peaceful and strong societies.
This webinar will provide an introduction to trauma-informed care from various perspectives and vantage points. The webinar aims to provide basic understanding of trauma informed care, and different approaches and tools that have been used in a range of contexts and with various populations of children and those around them.
Be part of the 38th ordinary session which will be held virtually 15 - 26 November
This webinar aims to provide concrete steps for policymakers, national statistical officers and practitioners to invest in data collection and leverage migration data for policy, and to offer practical guidance on gender-responsive migration governance.
A man with autism who has spent nearly half his life detained in a mental health hospital has been released after a long campaign by his mother.
Philip Goldman and Christina Tobias-Nahi in live panel discussion at the #FaithAndChildSafeguarding summit.
This faith and child safeguarding summit provides a platform for religious institutions, faith-based organisations, academics, and religious leaders to come together, exchange insights, experiences, challenges and best practices on child safeguarding in religious and faith-based contexts.
This 2-day summit will engage policy makers, researchers, academia and practitioners to identify evidence based solutions to effectively address the child protection challenges in the post COVID-19 era.