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 partnerships with national university research centers advance child well-being globally.
Championing what the African child needs to thrive
Producing evidence that promotes the well-being of children and adolescents in Latin America
Ending systemic barriers to children’s well-being in Indonesia
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.
How can we strengthen our approach to protecting and promoting the well-being of children in humanitarian settings? A Massive Open Online Course (MOOC).
Practiced incorrectly and without making explicit the underlying dynamics of power and funding, humanitarian and development aid can cause harm and undermine the dignity and autonomy of those it intends to support, who become othered “beneficiaries.”