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ICEB invites research studies, legal and human rights-based perspectives, mental health frameworks, and innovative practices in support, training and development for caregivers in alternative care settings, as well as good practices/models in the South Asian region.
Housed under the Research Center, the Research Affiliates Program engages academic researchers who want to see their work make a bigger impact for vulnerable children and families.
In an effort to highlight what is working, improve care for vulnerable children, and catalyze more relevant research for care leavers, this study will survey care leavers from alternative care settings across multiple nations.
A group of civil society organizations (CSOs) is supporting the participation of children and young people in the planning of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child Day of General Discussion (DGD) on Children’s Rights and Alternative Care, including a worldwide consultation with children and young people to collect and voice their experience of the child protection system and/or alternative care. The CSOs group is seeking a consultancy (i.e. a highly qualified individual or organization or consortium) to deliver the consultation in partnership with children and young people and the CSOs group, and in coordination with a research ethics co-investigator.
The CPC Learning Network is seeking a consultant to co-design and facilitate a public institute to spark critical conversations about racism, patriarchy, and power as they affect children and families in settings around the world.
This How We Care online event will hear from three local civil society organisations (Family for Every Child Members) on the work they are doing to promote the effective integration and reintegration of children.
The objective of this Convention is to bring Care Leavers together and provide them with a platform to emerge to learn, share and exchange experiences, knowledge and challenges on their situation such that it accentuate their voices and attracts the attention of decision makers to act upon their demands through betterment of the policy and practice related to them.
The current paper aims to suggest a framework for risk and protective factors that need to be considered in child protection in its various domains of research, policy, and practice during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
This panel discussion, timed with the launch of the Beyond Masks report, will delve deep into Beyond Masks to better understand how its findings can shape national and subnational policy responses and individual, family and community behaviors.
This global report is a consolidation of six regional reports based on consultations conducted between April and August 2020 that used a qualitative approach. The report is organised around the three themes emerging from the data: (1) the impacts of COVID-19 on children and young people; (2) their resilient responses to these impacts personally, in their families and communities; and (3) the support that children and young people need to be safe, healthy and help to fight the further spread of the virus.