News and Events

Featured Events

09
Mar

Online Child Safety

9 am New York
Online
Organizer: BICE & End Violence

Online Child Safety

9 am New York
Online
Organizer: BICE & End Violence

BICE & End Violence are holding a four-webinar series in March 2021.

These modules are aimed at practitioners from different sectors – notably social welfare, justice, telecommunications, education, health and planning – committed to addressing violence against children. The aim is to further mobilize BICE Members and other relevant partners on issues of violence against children, foster engagement in INSPIRE programs and provide technical skills related to implementing the approaches in INSPIRE Strategy areas. Participants will be encouraged to make links between these intervention areas and engage throughout the webinars.

In this webinar, Dr Elizabeth Milovidov from e-Enfance will speak about online child safety.

Learn more about this series of events in English, French and Spanish.

Register here.
09
Mar

Violence against children during: COVID-19 Assessing and understanding change in use of helplines

8-9am New York
Online
Organizer: UNICEF

Violence against children during: COVID-19 Assessing and understanding change in use of helplines

8-9am New York
Online
Organizer: UNICEF

Several months into the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers across the globe are attempting to find out how the health and socioeconomic crisis brought about by the coronavirus is affecting children’s exposure to violence. Four articles published in the Child Abuse and Neglect Journal provide valuable insights. The findings will be presented in a series of webinars. This second webinar will discuss the change in use of helplines.

Register here.
11
Mar

How to bring learning to life in government

3-3:45 London
Online
Organizer: Apolitical

How to bring learning to life in government

3-3:45 London
Online
Organizer: Apolitical

It’s safe to say that online learning has become an integral part of many public servants’ work. But have you ever wondered what good online learning actually looks like - and how to make learning stick?

Join this workshop to get an insider’s look at how Apolitical brings online learning to life for public servants around the world. You’ll hear from our instructional designer and two members of our Campaigns team, to find out what goes into creating an Apolitical learning experience, from design principles to choosing the right content and format — and discover how you can get involved in creating one of your own.

YOU'LL LEARN:

  • Insights about how public servants around the world learn
  • Fundamental instructional design principles to incorporate into your own learning
  • Ways you can get involved in creating learning resources with Apolitical
Register here.
15
Mar

"We Must Do Better" Listening Session

10am New York
Online
Organizer: VOICE & UNICEF

"We Must Do Better" Listening Session

10am New York
Online
Organizer: VOICE & UNICEF

VOICE and UNICEF are creating space for local women’s groups to have their voices heard to help set priorities and influence decision-making within the humanitarian system.

In a Listening Session designed for potential donors to hear directly from women leaders, the VOICE and UNICEF “We Must Do Better” Webinar will seek to be a “state of the industry” assessment on the aid system’s funding of women and girl-led organizations.

The conversation will center findings from the VOICE “We Must Do Better” research (the funding-related findings), along with insight and shared experiences from the local women leaders participating in the panel.

Register here.
16
Mar

Research on violence against children during the COVID-19 pandemic

8 am New York
Online
Organizer: UNICEF

Research on violence against children during the COVID-19 pandemic

8 am New York
Online
Organizer: UNICEF

Several months into the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers across the globe are attempting to find out how the health and socioeconomic crisis brought about by the coronavirus is affecting children’s exposure to violence. Four articles published in the Child Abuse and Neglect Journal provide valuable insights. The findings will be presented in a series of webinars. This third webinar will discuss the latest research on violence against children during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Register here.
16
Mar

Economic Strengthening to Prevent Violence Against Children

9 am New York
Online
Organizer: BICE & End Violence

Economic Strengthening to Prevent Violence Against Children

9 am New York
Online
Organizer: BICE & End Violence

BICE & End Violence are holding a four-webinar series in March 2021.

These modules are aimed at practitioners from different sectors – notably social welfare, justice, telecommunications, education, health and planning – committed to addressing violence against children. The aim is to further mobilize BICE Members and other relevant partners on issues of violence against children, foster engagement in INSPIRE programs and provide technical skills related to implementing the approaches to INSPIRE Strategy areas. Participants will be encouraged to make links between these intervention areas and engage throughout the webinars.

In this webinar, Beatrice Ogutu and Kudely Sokoine from ICS-CP will speak about economic strengthening to prevent violence against children.

Learn more about this series of events in English, French and Spanish.

Register here.