A new age of parenting: where data matters with Dr Lucie Cluver
If we really want to end all forms of violence against children, evidence, research and data are critical. The field of violence prevention is growing in unprecedented ways and it's important to use data-driven strategies, identify needs and gaps and apply the most effective evidence-based practices to achieve successful outcomes for children.
In this episode, End Violence spoke with Dr Lucie Cluver, Professor of Child and Family Social Work at the University of Oxford and University of Capetown, about evidence-based social interventions and how data can improve the lives of children and adolescents around the world. Lucie also talks about parenting as a key element for nurturing care and connection in children's lives, especially during COVID-19, and shares useful parenting tips. To learn more about parenting tips, click here.
ABOUT INSPIRING WAYS TO END VIOLENCE: the podcast
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.