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PSEA Implementation Quick Reference Handbook developed by GCPS for CHS Alliance, is a complete quick reference guide to implementing measures for protection from sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA) in an organisation or project. Each chapter includes a case study sharing how specific organisations tackled implementation and can be used by organisations which are just beginning to put PSEA measures in place or by more experienced organisations to check that their PSEA work fully reflects current good practice
glo-cbcpm_synthesis-en_thumb.jpg Community-Based Child Protection Mechanisms is a mapping report that provides a synthesis of Plan International's global work on Community-Based Child Protection Mechanisms. It covers work in 50 countries across the Americas, West Africa, East and Southern Africa and Asia. It provides detailed descriptions of these mechanisms as well as identifying key achievements and challenges. The report contains recommendations for managers and practitioners.
glo-guidance_child_protection-en_thumb.jpg Community Action for Child Protection provides guidance on Community-Based Child Protection Mechanisms and how they operate, as well as principles and good practice criteria for external agencies seeking to support CBCPMs. The guidance builds on Plan International's experience of supporting CBCPMs across its global programme
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Girl Safety Toolkit is a guidance and training resource to support designing safe programmes specifically for adolescent girls. Through understanding the experience of different groups in the context in which they are working, practitioners can think more carefully about what their programme is trying to achieve and how these objectives can be achieved in a safe environment. The toolkit provides practical advice and guidance on how to keep girls safe within programmes and how to manage and address risks if they arise. 

 change-starts-with-us_thumb.jpg 'Change Starts with Us' was research commissioned by the Humanitarian Accountability Partnership. GCPS conducted field research via beneficiary-based consultations in three countries to assess the effectiveness of measures to prevent sexual exploitation and abuse in humanitarian response.  
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'Still on the Street', this research commissioned by Plan and supported by the Consortium for Street Children, focuses on 'street involved' children and how their issues are currently addressed programmatically within legislative and policy frameworks. It highlights programmatic initiatives being implemented by international and local NGOs as well as providing suggestions for improved practice.

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Child Safeguarding Guidance for Journalists was commissioned by Keeping Children Safe and Terre des Hommes prior to the FIFA World Cup in 2014. It is designed to support journalists interviewing children and keeping them safe, particularly in relation to highly sensitive subjects such as sexual exploitation.

 GCPS_ISPCAN_paper_final_thumb.jpg 'Exploring District Child Protection Structures and Services' this research was presented at the ISPCAN International Congress in Istanbul, 2012 and shares the key findings of a small scale, exploratory research project funded by GCPS that was conducted in 2012. The research explored thinking and practice in the international child protection sector on building effective and sustainable links between formal and informal child protection systems in low resource countries. 
 CPS_discussion_paper_2012_thumb.jpg 'Child protection systems: challenges and opportunities for addressing specific issues faced by children' was a paper developed in collaboration with other organisations for presentation at the Dehli conference in November 2012 on systems approaches Protecting Children Better: Theory and Practice of Child Protection Systems
   

 

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