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The Guidelines to Strengthen the Social Service Workforce for Child Protection 2019  (the Guidelines), developed in consultation with UNICEF Headquarters and regional offices and the Global Social...
This sample code of conduct has been developed for UN partners and can be used by organisations and agencies to develop their own codes of conduct.  Alliance Materials
Like the health sector, the social service sector struggles with a global crisis within systems of care and support for vulnerable children. This presentation addresses the serious challenges faced...
Social workers are increasingly globally mobile, pursuing employment opportunities that combine professional and lifestyle projects. Social work skills and practice are embedded in cultural,...
The purpose of this report is to review the experience of implementing the Scottish living wage in adult social care and make recommendations for future implementation. The research was commissioned...
The East and Southern Africa Child Protection Professional Development Programme, conducted in English, is designed for child protection & child protection in emergencies practitioners from:...
Catholic Relief Services (CRS) works closely with local partners in the CAR—mainly Caritas and the Diocesan Commission for Justice and Peace (CDJP)—in Bouar and Boda. Most CRS and partner staff come...
Having effective teams in place is critical to successfully creating and sustaining change in child welfare systems. Implementation science literature emphasizes the importance of teaming—the process...
The challenge of equipping individuals for essential roles at a community level while providing a real basis for career advancement is a widespread dilemma within community programmes. This case...
These guidance documents were developed by Plan International to provide recommendations for establishing Child Protection Groups (CPG).   Alliance Materials

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