Items tagged with 'INSPIRE'

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TED Talk of Howard Taylor, CEO of the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children.  Each year, one billion children experience violence at home, at school, online or in their communities,...
The aim of INSPIRE strategies is to advance efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal target 16.2 to end all forms of violence against children. They are based on the best available evidence of...
ChildPact, with the support of the Network of Organizations for Children of Serbia (MODS), has published a report for Serbia on mapping activities carried out under the INSPIRE initiative. This...
Between 1 and 3 July, ChildPact secretariat organised an advocacy training in Istanbul to develop national advocacy plans with members from Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia...
A subregional, high-level conference on ‘Smart investment in strategies and partnerships to prevent and address violence against children’ took place in Sofia, on 27–28 June. The event gathered more...
Regional conference on the prevention and elimination of violence against children to gather international experts in Sofia The event will take place on June 27-28 Violence against children exists in...
Yerevan, April 11-12 2019: The French public organisation BICE organised a training for Armenian professionals, representatives from child protection services, authorities and NGOs. In addition,...
This document describes the Theory of Change (TOC) on ending violence against children (EVAC) elaborated by Joining Forces, an alliance of the six largest child-focused agencies: ChildFund Alliance;...
ChildPact is launching a call for contributions and invites institutions and representatives from the NGO sector to fill in an on line Survey aimed at mapping the activities currently being conducted...
January 22-24 2019 the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children and ChildHub have co-organised a training of trainers on the INSPIRE strategies. 20 trainers have attended from all over...

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