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Dear Colleagues,

We hope you are in a safe space and enjoying the summer with some relaxing and/or inspiring activities! Here is a quick update with some interesting news and resources. Scroll down to read more about our offerings!

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Yours,
The Child Protection Hub Team

Vote for the initiatives!

30 Jun 2020

ChildHub — as an interactive platform and community of professionals fostering learning and experience exchange in the field of child protection — is keen on supporting local organisations in Southeast Europe in their innovative projects to improve...

Upgrade your skills

02 Jul 2020

The Lighthouse is a service for children and young people in North London who have experienced any form of child sexual abuse, including exploitation.  At The Lighthouse we put the child at the centre, to make sure they have a safe place to recover...

24 Jun 2020

YouCreate is an initiative of Terre des hommes, and was designed and carried out in partnership with the International Institute for Child Rights and Development. YouCreate is a Participatory Action Research (PAR) project aimed to train youth...

22 Jun 2020

Have you always dreamt of doing humanitarian work, but never dared to take the plunge? Terre des hommes has launched its podcast 'The Field', which takes you on a journey through the realities of humanitarian and development aid. You will meet...

Inspire yourself

29 Jun 2020

More than 250 resources on the protection of children during the COVID-19 pandemic are available on http://covid.childhub.org/ More than 27,400 child protection news, learning materials and opportunities on https://childhub.org/ 10,000 registered...

17 Jun 2020

Consortium for street children has published the first in a series of child-friendly videos on street children's rights during the Covid-19 pandemic. These are child-friendly videos created to help children understand their rights and how these...

19 Jun 2020

PhD researchers and joint directors of Listen Up Reseach have contributed to an understanding of intersectionality within social work with young people. Their guide, 'Initial meetings with young people: an intersectional and systemic approach', ...

20 Jun 2020

One Breath at a Time is an illustrated story booklet developed to help asylum seekers/refugees to identify and raise awareness about their potential symptoms of psychological trauma from their experiences. The book will also advise asylum seekers/...

16 Jun 2020

Warning signs of racism and racial bullying:  Calling names  Physical damage of belongings  Violent attacks  Exclusion from the community Associating skin colour with personality traits  Being under pressure to change your look  Assaulting jokes ...

23 Jun 2020

Providing children with special needs a quality education is a matter of human rights. Inevitably, all of the barriers that hinder children from receiving an inclusive education must be removed. UNESCO has recently defined five misconceptions that...

12 Jun 2020

On 22 May, in Bristol, a remote family court hearing was conducted via Zoom. The hearing  concerned a couple 'whose children had received severe, unexplained injuries'. Potentially, the couple could be separated from their children, the youngest ...

23 Jun 2020

According to the Survey on Violence against Children (VACS, 2019), 2 out of 5 girls (36.8%) and boys (37.8%) were subjected to some type of violence. 1 in 7 girls (14.4%) and 1 in 20 boys (5.3%) were subjected to sexual violence until the age of 18...

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