Practitioner dialogue on implementing evidence-based programs to prevent violence against children in humanitarian settings
This event will be an opportunity to take stock and share information on which INSPIRE approaches/programs can be scaled up in humanitarian settings as well as the specific risk and protective factors that must be considered in implementation.
Participants will get an understanding of how INSPIRE and the CPMS complement each other and can be used in humanitarian settings. Two good practices will get presented by practitioners to see successfully implemented approaches in humanitarian settings to end violence against children. Challenges and solutions will be discussed in a panel which will be finalized by a round of open questions.
The desired outcome is a shared understanding of the growing body of evidence on violence against children prevention and response that cuts across the humanitarian and development spectrum.