Resources by Minimum Standard

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March 18, 2016
Le Manuel s’adresse d’abord aux équipes de coordination de la protection de l’enfant (qui incluent des coordinateurs, des co-facilitateurs et des chargés d’information). Sses conseils sont aussi valables pour tous les membres du groupe de coordination de la protection de l’enfant (dont les ONG et membres de gouvernements), qui cherchent à fournir une réponse coordonnée …
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March 18, 2016
The Handbook is primarily addressed to child protection coordination teams (including coordinators, co-leads and information managers) but also to members of child protection coordination groups, including NGOs, government representatives and other members. We hope that this document will serve towards ensuring more predictable, accountable and effective child protection responses in countries around the world.
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February 29, 2016
In emergencies, quality education is crucial to provide children with physical, psychosocial and cognitive protection that can be both life-sustaining and life-saving. Despite this, research shows that child protection and education are among the least funded humanitarian sectors.
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February 29, 2016
Executive summary. This report was commissioned by the World Humanitarian Summit Advisory Group on Children to ensure that children’s perspectives are considered and their priorities and recommendations are reflected in the Summit outcomes.
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January 18, 2016
On 23 November 2015, key partners of the Sudanese Child Protection sub-Cluster – the National Council for Child Welfare, UNICEF and Ahfad University —  launched the national minimum standards training manual “Psychosocial Support for Children and Adolescents in Emergencies.” The much-awaited manual has been under development for the last 18 months, including a situation assessment of …
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January 5, 2016
In response to the commitment to strengthen the evidence base for humanitarian practice and the prioritisation of Child Friendly Spaces (CFS) as a key area for research, World Vision and Columbia University, working with Save the Children, UNICEF and others, engaged in a three-year collaborative project to document the outcomes and impacts of CFS and …
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January 5, 2016
In response to the commitment to strengthen the evidence base for humanitarian practice and the prioritisation of Child Friendly Spaces (CFS) as a key area for research, World Vision and Columbia University, working with Save the Children, UNICEF and others, engaged in a collaborative project to document the outcomes and impacts of CFS and develop …
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January 5, 2016
Child friendly spaces (CFS) have become a widely used approach to protect and provide psychosocial support to children in emergencies. However, little evidence documents their outcomes and impacts. Recognizing this, the Child Protection Working Group (CPWG) of the Global Protection Cluster and the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) Reference Group on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support …
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Briefing Kit