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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2016 - Reprod Health Matters
“The current refugee “crisis” in Europe has created multiple forms of vulnerability and insecurity for refugee women including various forms of sexual and gender-based violence. Increasing numbers of women, either alone or with family, are...
2016 - United Nations Refugee Agency, United Nations Population Fund and Women’s Refugee Commission
The present report was published after a joint seven-day assessment mission to Greece and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia in November 2015 undertaken by the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR), the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)...
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This study aims to change the prevalent practice in child protection work, in which social workers exclude fathers from the services due to negative framing of the father-figure. This study is comprised of 8 brief articles that discuss different...
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In this article Jonathan Scourfield, a leading researcher on the topic of social work with men, discusses the gendered constructions of clients in child protection work, focusing on the way social workers construct men (that is to say, fathers) and...
2016 - UN Women
This assessment is informed by an understanding of the fact that women, girls, boys and men experience crises and resulting displacement in different ways, and as such have distinct needs, coping methods, priorities and face different protection...
2016 - Women’s Refugee Commission
"Protection risks for women, girls and other vulnerable groups are present at every stage of the European refugee migration; and at every point where risk could be mitigated, the opportunity to do so is squandered. As part of a multi-stage...
2015 - Center of Investigations and Consultation
The study "Men and gender equality in the Republic of Moldova” is one of the most comprehensive studies, which offers a holistic view on the life of men and women, attitudes and behavior of men and women towards gender equality, family relationships...
2015 - Harvard Graduate School of Education
Research done by the Harvard Graduate School of Education and its Making Caring Common project, led by Richard Weissbourd, has found that teenage boys and girls, as well as their parents, perceive their peers as biased against female leaders. The...
2014 - Promundo and CARE
This literature review by Promundo and CARE in the context of the Young Men Initiative (YMI) provides an overview of studies and surveys conducted in Southeastern Europe related to notions of masculinity and problems faced by young men and...
2014 - Save The Children
This document provides messages on how to better protect children and adults from harm and various kinds of violence. It is relevant for communities, children and parents. Numerous assessments have been conducted to better understand the child...

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