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Resources

From our library

Most of these resources can be accessed on our learning and collaboration platform Child Protection in Development. By clicking on "access here" you will be transferred automatically. The remaining resources are openly accessible.

Resourcesort descending Categories Summary Full Resource
A Developmental Child Rights Approach
IICRD Child Rights Ecology
child rights, child development

IICRD frames its work with children and their communities through a systems perspective entitled the Child Rights Ecology. The Child Rights Ecology is inspired by IICRD’s logo of the Flight of the Thunderbirds in which the integration of the black thunderbird of positive cultural traditions for children and the red thunderbird of the CRC metaphorically “take flight” in breathing life into...

A History of Contemporary Child Protection in the Global South
With a Special Focus on South Asia and Pakistan
child protection, article

 

The maltreatment of children has always occurred through out the history and across cultures. Child protection first became a concern in societies of the global North, in the late 19th century. Ever since, the history of child maltreatment, and of protection, has been well documented in the global North. In comparison, the modern history of child abuse and protection in the global...

A Model of Accountability to Children
Measuring and Improving our Impact
M&E, child rights, conference, paper, impact

A Child Rights in Practice Discussion paper highlighing child rights and how we measure and improve our impact.

A study on Child Protection
Case studies from the region of Segou, Mali
child protection, Africa, community

Through a participative diagnostic, a study sponsored by the Terre des hommes NGO in the health districts of Markala and Macina aimed at identifying the most common risks for child protection as well as existing endogenous protection practices. By endogenous protection practices, we mean collective or individual practices that members of the community (families, children, leaders, groups, etc...

A toolkit for Monitoring and Evaluating Children's Rights M&E, toolkit, child rights, Save the Children

A six-part guide on how to monitor and evaluate children’s participation in programmes, communities and in wider society. Booklet 1: Introduction provides an overview of children’s participation, how the toolkit was created and a brief guide to monitoring and evaluation. Booklet 2: Measuring the creation of a participatory and respectful environment for children provides a framework and...

A vicious Cycle for Children
in the Central African Republic
war, Africa, poverty

CAR is caught in a vicious cycle that is producing damaging results for children.

  • 1 An upsurge in insecurity has devastated CAR over the past year. More than 2,000 people have died
    • 1, almost half a million children have been forced to flee their homes
    • 2 and human rights abuses and sexual violence are pervasive features of the conflict.
    • 3 This is the latest...
Access Denied
Protect Rights, Unblock Children's Access to Information
child rights, CRIN, policy, paper

Censorship blocking information to children on sex, drugs, politics and other issues is doing more harm than good, says Child Rights International Network (CRIN) in a new policy paper. Sex education, sexuality (particularly that of LGBT people, women and disabled people) and drugs are the main issues that children are routinely denied information about, according to the paper. However, 30...

ACCESS TO JUSTICE FOR CHILDREN: NAMIBIA report, UNCRC, Africa

This report was produced by White and Case LLP in November 2013 but may have been subsequently edited by Child Rights International Network (CRIN). CRIN takes full responsibility for any errors or inaccuracies in the report.

Action research exploring information communication technologies (ICT) and child protection in Thailand
Philip H. Cook , Cheryl Heykoop , Athapol Anuntavoraskul & Jutarat Vibulphol
research, ICT, child protection, Asia, paper

Traditional approaches to protecting children are insufficient to meet the complex issues they now face, and inter-sectoral, child-centred strategies are needed. Addressing this, the International Institute for Child Rights and Development (IICRD) developed the Circle of Rights (COR), a participatory action research approach to involve children in ‘bottom-up’ protection work. This paper...

Adapting a Systems Approach to Child Protection
Key Concepts and Considerations
child protection, systems, UNICEF

Child protection systems have unique structures, functions, capacities, and other components. These are typically assembled in relation to a set of child protection goals. These systems have traditionally neither been the particular focus of child protection discourse nor that of child protection “practise” or action.

Historically, analysis and programming in child protection have...

An Approach to Assessing

An Approach to Assessing "Accountability" in Implementing the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child James Garbarino, PhD Senior Faculty Fellow, Center for the Human Rights of Children Loyola University Chicago

Annual Report 2008 - 2009
Annual Report 2009 - 2010
Annual Report 2010 - 2011
Annual Report 2011-2012
Annual Report 2012-2013

IICRD Annual Report 2012-2013

Beyond Borders

Migration and the Affects of HIV/AIDS on Southeast Asian Children and Youth. Child Centered Care and Support Guidelines for Community-Based Organizations The community guideline presents the Rights-based approach to children affected by HIV/AIDS and Migration; tools for promoting children's participation and ideas for exploring the role of culture in supporting vulnerable children. The last...

Bullying and Children's Rights
It`s not just about Safety
child rights, protection, Violence

Powerpoint presentation by Debra Pepler, York University & The Hospital for Sick Children.

Business and Children
Mapping Impacts, Managing Responsibilities
research, article, guidelines

Business impacts on children are complex, multi-faceted, and frequently overlooked by senior managers. This article reports on a systematic analysis of the reputational landscape constructed by the media, corporations, and non-governmental organizations around business responsibilities to children. A content analysis methodology is applied to a sample of more than 350 relevant accounts during...

CAPE Brazil Report
CAPE Briefing Report 2010-2011
CAPE Colombia Report
CAPE Launch Backgrounder
CAPE Methodology Review
CAPE Thailand Report
Carving the Road: Growing Up in Cities Canada Multimedia DVD for Engaging Young People

This multimedia DVD contains four vidoes on Growing Up in Cities Canada projects in Vancouver, Gatineau, and Halifax, and includes biligual support materials and key references. The DVD includes: A bilingual slide presentation introducing the Growing Up in Cities Canada initiative Four videos produced by the partners of GUICC Descriptive videos on how to use the tools that are used by the...

Case Study Field Reports
Case Study Field Reports Columbia
Case Study Field Reports Thailand
Cenenitel. Working Together: Nurturing First Nations Youth's Cultural Rights

This booklet describes the lessons learned from an educational project undertaken with grades 7 to 9 youth leadership program at the Lau-Wel-New Tribal school on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Some ideas for activities to use in exploring indigenous children's rights are offered in addition to participants account on their experiences. The booklet is both youth-friendly and informative,...

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From our library

Most of these resources can be accessed on our learning and collaboration platform Child Protection in Development. By clicking on "access here" you will be transferred automatically. The remaining resources are openly accessible.

A framework to combat ICT-enabled child abuse in Southeast Asia
Report of a Pilot Study Kiziba Camp, Rwanda
A statistical analysis of violence against children
Six Strategies for Action
A Critical Review of Peru’s Begging Bill
Evidence from the Young Lives cohort study
How new technology can prevent violence against children in the Global South
How new technology can prevent violence against children in the Global South
Then & Now
Children and Young People’s Participation in Public Decision-Making

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Imagine a world where we build on the core strengths of children, their families, and communities, to create dignity, belonging, and justice for all.

 

 

Imagine a world where we build on the core strengths of children, their families, and communities, to create dignity, belonging, and justice for all.