Bringing visibility to children during global pandemics to support transformative change

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Across the world, as governments reacted to the rapidly spreading COVID-19 by shutting down schools and preventing movement, the voices and needs of children quickly became invisible in considerations to the public health response.

In this episode, Jennifer Davidson talks about the COVID 4P Log smartphone app project, spanning 22 countries and 5 continents, which captures the experiences and insights logged by policymakers and practitioners as they have been working with children and families during COVID-19.


Is it actually possible to end violence against children? In a new series from the End Violence Partnership, we explore the answer to that question by talking to those on the frontlines – the experts, researchers and leaders that have dedicated their lives to keeping children safe.

INSPIRING Ways to End Violence Against Children will take you from Honduras, where two children are murdered every day, to South Africa, where in some districts, up to 99 per cent of children have experienced or witnessed abuse. By featuring the experts working on these challenges, this series will spread knowledge of what works to prevent violence – and ensure solving this problem remains a top priority for governments, communities and organisations across the world.

This podcast is part of the Together for #EndViolence global campaign and Solution Summit Series.

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