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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.
The International Parent Advocacy Network (IPAN) is recruiting a part-time grant proposal writer to work as a consultant.
The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action is looking to hear from survey respondents about key resources on child protection and COVID-19 and other Infectious Disease Outbreaks (IDOs) - especially ideas on future versions of these resources.
The primary aim of this consultancy is to undertake a participatory impact assessment of selected emergency seed interventions to address the question of how these interventions may have impacted the livelihoods of the male and female smallholder farmers and male and female seed suppliers involved.
CRS is recruiting for a third-party vendor to conduct a global equity assessment focused on Workforce and Workplace equity, and equity analysis of CRS policies, processes, and practices related to the human resource cycle.
Better Care Network (BCN) is seeking a new Knowledge and Communication Specialist.
This webinar explores the importance of protecting the child’s right to identity in how it is created, how it may be modified and/or falsified in alternative care as well as the need to preserve information about the child’s identity, notably family relations.
The purpose of this consultancy is to develop a concise but well-evidenced technical note on the optimal role and functions of the social service workforce (SSW) in schools in child protection.
As part of a public consultation to help feed into and guide the discussions at the 2021 Day of General Discussion, all interested stakeholders, whether adults or children, are encouraged to send written submissions to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child.
This Terms of Reference is developed for an Evaluability Assessment (EA) which aims to look at the extent to which national child care reforms in Europe and Central Asia region (ECAR) with a strong focus on de-institutionalization (DI), including in particular for children with disabilities, are evaluable and can be evaluated in a reliable and credible fashion.