Child Helplines and the Protection of Children during the COVID-19 Pandemic

As a response to the COVID-19 crisis, child protection actors and service providers are exploring how they can continue to provide support to children, families and communities remotely through the use of technology.

Join our Community of Practice – Children with Disabilities

Background Children with disabilities are at particular risk of violence[1], compared to the general population. They face a higher risk of discrimination and exclusion in society, and children with a psychiatric or intellectual disability are almost five times more likely to be victims of sexual violence than children who do not have disabilities[2]. Due to...

John Cameron

John Cameron

We are delighted to announce that John Cameron has joined our team, as a consultant to support us and our members with expert advice and guidance on the development of helpline services as we all seek to support children during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Knowledge-Sharing Through eLearning Modules

The collection and sharing of knowledge is at the core of our “WeListen” project on inclusive practice.

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