Online Library

This is an online library with  publications related to child protection, including legislation, professional guidance, research reports and toolkits. Please use the filter function to adjust your search.

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2018 -
This article presents a brief description of the Monitoring and Evaluation Structure used for evaluating social, cultural and practical impacts of projects. The structure is developed by a community-based public art organization called Artolution....
2017 - International Child Art Foundation
ChildArt’s “Your Brain on Art” focuses on the intersection of the arts and brain research, describing projects involving children in schools as well as cross-cultural and community outreach. Divided in three sections, it introduces the concept of...
2017 - Anglia Ruskin University
This review examines how arts-based practices contribute to the mental health and resilience of children and young people aged between 11 and 18 years. Drawing on findings from 8 papers, the study identified a number of positive effects generated by...
2016 - Canadian Public Health Association
This article describes the outcomes of a project called “Prevention and Preservation” which involved participants from several communities on Vancouver Island, particularly a youth research team, youth participants and 14 elders. The objectives of...
2016 - SpringerLink
This study was conducted by an interdisciplinary research team from six different universities in Canada and Australia with the aim to explore ethical dilemmas that multi-partnered research on arts-based interventions to promote social change may...
2016 - University of Cincinnati
"Youth have historically been understudied in disaster research and largely excluded in practice. Yet, a growing body of evidence suggests that they want to be actively engaged, and when they are, can contribute in myriad ways to disaster...
2016 - New York University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
This article describes the work of Cirque Hors Piste, a Montréal’s social circus organization which offers circus training and creates performances with marginalised youth. This type of intervention provides an alternative and inclusive space for...
2015 - Journal of Regional Security
Kalina Yordanova is a a psychotherapist for victims of torture, domestic violence and human trafficking. Her academic work is based on the conflicts in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Syria, namely the psychological consequences of war. In Images of War...
2015 - International Journal of Circumpolar Health
The creative arts – music, film, visual arts, dance, theatre, spoken word, literature, among others – are gradually being recognised as effective health promotion tools to empower, engage and improve the health and well-being in Indigenous youth...
2014 -
Project Oracle Synthesis Study: “Arts-based Projects for Children and Young People” examined 18 examples of arts projects and arts-based practice in London. The study reviews the evidence of arts-based projects by exploring the link between arts...

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