Child-centred indicators for violence prevention report launch
Please join the Young and Resilient Research Centre at Western Sydney University, the City of Valenzuela (Philippines), the Child Protection Network (Philippines) and the End Violence Lab and Partnership to launch Child-centred indicators for violence prevention: A summary report on a Living Lab in the City of Valenzuela, Philippines.
Globally, up to one billion children are subject to violence each year. As the global community intensifies violence reduction and prevention efforts, how will we know these are translating into meaningful change in children’s everyday experiences? This project worked with children and other key stakeholders in the City of Valenzuela, Philippines, to co-design child-centered indicators for measuring the impacts of violence prevention on children themselves, on their own terms. These indicators are designed to complement the WHO’s INSPIRE measurement framework. Join us to hear about the process of developing the child-centred indicators and to learn how they can be used.
- Professor Bernadette Madrid, Executive Director, Child Protection Network Foundation, Philippines
- Dr Catherine M. Maternowska, Data, Evidence and Learning Lead, Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children
- Professor Amanda Third, Co-Director, Young and Resilient Research Centre, Western Sydney University