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The Alliance Resources is a compendium of materials covering all areas related to child protection. The database is searchable by CPMS standard, keyword, type of document and region/country. These resources can be shared freely. We also welcome recommendations for additional materials via the submission form. Your resource will be added after administrator review.

2018 - Council of the Baltic Sea States Secretariat
This guidance report is largely based on Swedish experiences, but also draws on international research in child maltreatment epidemiology. This report discusses some definitions of importance for maltreatment research, and explores difficulties and...
2018 - Council of the Baltic Sea States Secretariat
This guidance report takes as its starting point a discussion of how parenting has evolved in a changing world. It looks at what positive parenting is and provides a brief overview of universal, indicative and selective initiatives. The key...
2018 - Council of the Baltic Sea States Secretariat
This guidance report reviews the experience of and lessons learned from service provision in social welfare, child protection and childcare, health care, education and law enforcement. It presents methods, tools and service models that have proven...
2018 - Council of the Baltic Sea States Secretariat
This guidance report looks at the different types of campaigns and actions that can be used to generate more aware and supportive societies, ultimately helping to bring about a shift away from corporal punishment towards non-violent parenting. It...
2018 - Council of the Baltic Sea States Secretariat
Achieving equal protection from assault for children in the home requires an explicit statement in legislation, which makes it absolutely clear that any form or degree of physical punishment, or any other form of humiliating or degrading punishment...
2018 - Council of the Baltic Sea States Secretariat
Prohibition of corporal punishment in law is the essential foundation for reducing its use, but alone, it is not enough to free children from violence. Prohibition must be implemented effectively, including through society-wide measures aimed at...
2018 - WHO, World Health Organization, UNICEF, United Nations Children's Fund, Together for girls: Ending violence against children, CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, UNODC, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children, The World Bank Group
Approximately 1 billion children are subjected to violence across the globe each year. The costs of such widespread violence are immense; exposure to violence is associated with effects on brain function, psychological well-being, noncommunicable ...
2018 - Child Abuse and Neglect: The International Journal
The Good School Toolkit is effective in reducing staff violence against children in Ugandan primary schools. A secondary analysis of cluster-randomised trial data was conducted to investigate intervention effects on school operational culture, and...
2018 - PLoS ONE
Violence against youth is a global issue; one form of youth victimization is school corporal punishment. This study used baseline assessments from a cluster randomized controlled trial to examine the prevalence of school corporal punishment, by...
2017 - UNICEF, United Nations Children's Fund
The most recent data from UNICEF finds that 3 in 4 children-- worldwide-- are regularly subjected to violence by their caregivers. Exposure to violence often takes place from a very early age, and within spaces where children are meant to feel safe...

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