This section includes resources on instructions, training exercises, and standards on identifying, responding to and safeguarding children from abuse in care.
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This new toolkit provides practical tools and resources to assist law enforcement agencies in building or enhancing effective operational responses to children exposed to violence (with or without a mental health partner). This toolkit contains tools targeted to police leaders and frontline officers.
INSPIRE is an evidence-based resource for everyone committed to preventing and responding to violence against children and adolescents. It represents a select group of strategies based on the best available evidence to help countries and communities intensify their focus on the prevention programmes and services with the greatest potential to reduce violence against children.
This working paper, produced by the Better Care Network and the Global Social Service Workforce Alliance, explores the topic of social service workforce strengthening as it relates to child care reform.
Provides a broad range of dynamic group exercises on preventing, identifying, and responding to child protection by non-specialists.
Child friendly leaflet explaining child abuse, the responsibilities of adults, and who to contact with any concerns.
A handbook that identifies and addresses issues of child protection in education in Southern Sudan, and mobilizes communities into action to make schools protective and nurturing learning environments.
A guide for training teachers in Southern Sudan on identifying, responding and safeguarding children from abuse, exploitation and violence. It provides guidance for an in-dept 5-day protection course, as well as a 1-day refresher course.
General principles for the protection of trafficked children. Guidance is given on identification, appointment of a guardian, registration, interim care, case assessment, durable solutions, access to justice, costs, and research issues.
Two documents containing training exercises and materials for staff on their responsibilities in safeguarding children. It includes activities on childhood, understanding child abuse, recognizing and responding to child abuse concerns, and making your organization safe for children.
Guidance on the formation of multidisciplinary teams for the provision of services to child victims of abuse and trafficking.