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Submission of Abstracts: 2021 Annual Meeting for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action: Preventing Harm to Children
The Alliance is inviting Child Protection and other sector actors, researchers, policy makers, and donors to share their experience, successes, failures and groundbreaking ideas at the 2021 Annual Meeting.
UNICEF is seeking a consultant to provide Technical Assistance to the Kenyan State Department of Social Protection in the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection on the implementation of the care reform strategy.
Invitation for local authorities in Scotland to participate in the ‘Bright Spots’ programme Scottish pilot
CELCIS, in partnership with Coram Voice, is bringing the ‘Bright Spots’ programme, with its two online wellbeing surveys, to Scotland. The pilot will provide local authorities a new opportunity to listen to the voices of their care experienced children and young people to drive local service provision and focus on change where children and young people say it is needed.
Consultancy to finalize the National Audit of Unaccompanied and Separated Migrant Children in Alternative Care
UNICEF is seeking a professional and technical writer to finalize the report of an Audit of Unaccompanied and Separated Migrant Children in Alternative Care (Child and Youth Care Centers and Foster Care) in South Africa.
Save the Children International is seeking a Head of Programme for Child Protection (Permanent) in London or any existing Save the Children office location.
The COVID-19 Family Life Study is a research study that explores the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on family life across cultures. The Covid Family Study survey invites parents to share their experiences to help provide support in the future.