The Action on the Rights of the Child (ARC) resource kit is a capacity building tool for child protection in and after emergencies. This guide identifies the relevant modules that can be usedby facilitators training on the CPMS. Please see www.arc-online.org for further ARC resources and translations.
This workshop is intended for internal use by by Child Protection Managers with their frontline, community-based staff. Please note there are two versions of this training package. The second (Interagency version), is intended for interagency use.
This skeleton presentation provides an overview of the CPMS: what they are, why they are needed and how they can be used. It can be tweaked, adapted and updated according to your needs and the audience in question. Please contact mariacarolina.salazar (at) tdh.ch to request a copy.
The Child Protection in Emergencies face-to-face training package is an important resource for the Child Protection Minimum Standards. The CPMS Module is of particular interest. It can be downloaded HERE >
Ppts and handouts to accompany the contextualization how-to guide.
Many child protection actors want to adapt the Child Protection Minimum Standards to their specific context, aiming to increase their relevance and accessibility. This may be done as a preparedness measure, as part of an emergency response, or even as a bridge to recovery and rehabilitation.
Please consult the accompanying handbook, only available in English.
Comment adapter les Standards Minimums pour la protection de l'enfance afin de les rendre utiles aux acteurs locaux?
Aperçu des Standards Minimums pour la Protection de l'Enfance dans l'Intervention Humanitaire (ppt).