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24
Jun

Polite Parenting

8=9am New York
Online
Organizer: Future Leaders Initiative SL

Polite Parenting

8=9am New York
Online
Organizer: Future Leaders Initiative SL

At this event, Future Leaders Initiative SL will explore ways to help parents and caregivers manage their children's behaviour in a positive way, and to help parents and caregivers cope under pressure. Speakers will provide tips to parents and others who are caring for children to minimize violence and promote non-violent parenting; the event will also explore corporal punishment and beliefs from the African lens. 

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25
Jun

Recognizing and Responding Safely to Child Maltreatment

1pm EDT
Online
Organizer: Public Health Agency of Canada

Recognizing and Responding Safely to Child Maltreatment

1pm EDT
Online
Organizer: Public Health Agency of Canada

As part of the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children’s Together to #ENDviolence global campaign, the Public Health Agency of Canada is hosting a webinar series focused on efforts to prevent and address violence against children across Canada. Melissa Kimber, Harriet MacMillan and James Dietrich will discuss the Violence, Evidence, Guidance, Action (VEGA) online evidence-based educational resources, developed to assist healthcare and social service providers and students in recognizing and responding safely to family violence.

The webinar will be presented in English, with simultaneous interpretation in French, ASL and LSQ. The webinar is hosted by the Public Health Agency of Canada; however, views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the views of the Public Health Agency of Canada.

L’Agence de la santé publique du Canada organise une série de webinaires axés sur les efforts visant à prévenir et à contrer la violence envers les enfants partout au Canada. Ces webinaires sont organisés dans le cadre de la campagne mondiale Ensemble pour #Mettrefinalaviolence, dirigée par le Partenariat mondial pour mettre fin à la violence envers les enfants. Melissa Kimber, Harriet MacMillan and James Dietrich discuteront des ressources éducatives en ligne fondées sur des données probantes du projet Violence, Éléments factuels, Guidance, Action (VEGA), élaborées pour aider les fournisseurs de soins de santé et de services sociaux et les étudiants à reconnaître la violence familiale et à intervenir de façon sécuritaire.

Le webinaire sera présenté en anglais, avec des services d’interprétation simultanée en français, en ASL et en LSQ. Le webinaire sera organisé par l’Agence de la santé publique du Canada, mais les opinions qui y seront présentées ne reflèteront pas nécessairement celles de l’Agence.

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30
Jun

Convening with Governments on preventing violence against children in humanitarian settings

2pm Geneva
Online
Organizer: Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children, UNHCR, WHO, The Alliance for Child Protection, Child Protection Area of Responsibility

Convening with Governments on preventing violence against children in humanitarian settings

2pm Geneva
Online
Organizer: Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children, UNHCR, WHO, The Alliance for Child Protection, Child Protection Area of Responsibility

This event will be catered to governments and donors to build political will and mobilize resources to fill the funding gap (based on the Still Unprotected Report). 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.

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30
Jun

Localizing a National Action Plan (for Pathfinding focal points only)

1pm Geneva
Online
Organizer: End Violence Partnership
Speaker: Arturo Harker

Localizing a National Action Plan (for Pathfinding focal points only)

1pm Geneva
Online
Organizer: End Violence Partnership
Speaker: Arturo Harker

Once a national action plan is developed and approved, disseminating and adapting the plan while remaining aligned to the larger national plan is critical. In this session, drawing on case studies from the Philippines and Colombia, we’ll provide insights on how localization was achieved. In doing this, we’ll discuss the coordination mechanisms needed, the leadership development required and even how children can be involved in the process.

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01
Jul

Experiences, interventions, and reflections for protecting children during a pandemic

3pm CEST/9am EDT
Online
Organizer: Save the Children, End Violence Partnership, Terre des hommes, #CovidUnder19, Institute for Inspiring Children’s Futures and the COVID 4P Log App

Experiences, interventions, and reflections for protecting children during a pandemic

3pm CEST/9am EDT
Online
Organizer: Save the Children, End Violence Partnership, Terre des hommes, #CovidUnder19, Institute for Inspiring Children’s Futures and the COVID 4P Log App

Save the Children, Terres des hommes, #CovidUnder19, Institute for Inspiring Children’s Futures and the COVID 4P Log App project invite you to a Solutions Summit Series affiliate event on innovating, adapting and increasing child participation to protect children during COVID-19. At the event, you will:

  • Hear directly from children and young people about their experiences during COVID-19.
  • Discover practitioners’ and policymakers’ successes, challenges and learning as they have been working to protect children.
  • Explore the adaptations and innovations made on the ground during the pandemic to reach children and families in need.
  • Elevate attention and contribute to discussions on effective and innovative ways to capture and record impact.
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30
Jul

Evaluating a National Action Plan (for Pathfinding focal points only)

1pm Geneva
Online
Organizer: End Violence Partnership
Speaker: Lucia Soleti

Evaluating a National Action Plan (for Pathfinding focal points only)

1pm Geneva
Online
Organizer: End Violence Partnership
Speaker: Lucia Soleti

Nation Action Plans provide a blueprint that governments, multilateral institutions, and civil society can use to coordinate action and track results. Good evaluation needs to be built in from the start to help ministries and agencies realign activities in real time and commit to its ongoing progress.

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