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child well-being

We spark critical conversations that challenge how we support children, youth, & families.

The Care and Protection of Children (CPC) Learning Network:
Powered by research and partnership.

Our partner research centers

Our partnerships with national university research centers advance child well-being globally.

The AfriChild Centre, Makerere University, Uganda

Championing what the African child needs to thrive

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Imagina, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia

Producing evidence that promotes the well-being of children and adolescents in Latin America

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PUSKAPA, Center on Child Protection and Well-being, Universitas Indonesia

Ending systemic barriers to children’s well-being in Indonesia

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Explore the latest learnings on child well-being

Children’s Participation in Research in Indonesia

How can we ethically and meaningfully work with children in research in Indonesia? A handbook.

Reconstructing Children's Rights Institute

How can we dismantle racism, neo-colonialism, and patriarchy in humanitarian and development efforts? The online Reconstructing Children’s Rights Institute.

Partnership Against Child Exploitation (PACE)

Three Approaches to Tackling Child Labor

What can we learn from community-based interventions, such as school gardens and supporting youth-led advocacy, that aim to combat the worst forms of child labor? Three guidance papers.

Child or Soldier? Adolescents and Armed Conflict in a Securitized World

A nuanced discussion of current issues surrounding children and adolescents associated with armed conflict.

Protecting Children in Humanitarian Settings Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)

How can we strengthen our approach to protecting and promoting the well-being of children in humanitarian settings? A Massive Open Online Course (MOOC).

AfriChild and CPC Learning Network Joint Webinar Series: Elevating Locally-Relevant Research to Increase the Impact of Policies and Programs for Ugandan Children

Strengthening the Relevance of Research in Uganda

What can we learn from locally-relevant research to increase the impact of policies and programs for Ugandan children? A webinar series.

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