About us Our partner research centers

We believe in the power of research from the Global South to lead change. Our partnership with three forward-thinking research centers in Colombia, Indonesia, and Uganda is at the core of our network.

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Our partnership with each center is reciprocal  

Our partner research centers are expert advisors on the CPC Learning Network’s overall strategy and direction. Our Secretariat supports the research centers with their strategic vision and knowledge dissemination.

Together, we partner on research and policy guidance that:

Re-envisions approaches to child well-being globally
Identifies the gaps in knowledge and confronts critically unaddressed topics
Includes children and communities in solutions
Inspires action

The AfriChild Centre of Excellence for the Study of the African Child, Makerere University, Uganda

The AfriChild Centre exists to generate research that informs policy and practice for the well-being of children. They strive for an Africa where children's well-being is realized for sustainable development.

Imagina, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia

Imagina is a multidisciplinary collaboration platform that seeks to impact the well-being of children and adolescents through research, communication, capacity development, and advocacy in public policy involving children and young people.

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

PUSKAPA is a think tank that works to overcome systemic barriers that prevent children and vulnerable populations from thriving. They focus on protecting children and ending in equity and injustice.

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