Child protection topic: 'Resources for managers'

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These minimum standards have been developed to support child protection in humanitarian settings by: defining common principles between those working in child protection strengthening coordination...
Being a child or working with them is always full of surprises. Thanks to their natural curiosity, they want to know everything and use questions to explore the world. A professional needs to be...
Research in Practice and Professor Gail Kinman and Dr. Louise Grant (University of Bedfordshire) have published their latest work “The SWORD Change Project”. This project aims to provide social work...
This infographic provides some quick information on burnout, including it's factors and how to deal with it as an organisation or individually.
Aceste materiale reprezintă suportul metodologic pentru activitățile de instruire realizate de către Terre des hommes Moldova în cadrul proiectului „Consolidarea participării și implicarea tinerilor...
The webinar introduced and discussed the concept of children’s participation in public decision-making. Dissuasions were led by child participation experts and authors of the background report,...
  "Civil society in action for protection of child rights" report aims to identify innovative and best practices from projects implemented through the sub-granting scheme that can be further...
City: Washington, DC (USA)   The Global Social Service Workforce Alliance is a non-profit network of 1900 members in 121 countries and works toward a world where a well-planned, well-trained and well...
Provided by the Humanitarian Leadership Academy, this course aims at providing training on both coaching and mentoring to be applied in emergency responses for those who work in the humanitarian...
Initially used by companies to manage their seasonal needs or urgent staff needs, the application can now be used by non-governmental organizations to find volunteers for different activities by...

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