3 edition of Coordination & child protection found in the catalog.
Coordination & child protection
|Other titles||Coordination and child protection.|
|Statement||Christine Hallett and Elizabeth Birchall.|
|LC Classifications||HV751 .A538 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||373 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||373|
|LC Control Number||93202168|
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Interagency Coordination in Child Protection: A Case Study (Studies in Child Protection) by Christine Hallett (Author). Although the Handbook is primarily addressed to child protection coordination teams, which may include coordinators, co-leads and information managers, the guidance is equally valid for all members of the child protection coordination group, including national and international nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), government representatives and other members, who seek to achieve an effective Coordination & child protection book coordinated.
Although the Handbook is primarily addressed to child protection coordination teams, which may include coordinators, co-leads and information managers, the guidance is. The coordination of humanitarian assistance plays a central role in addressing these.
The Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (CPMS), CPWG, outlines 26 standards required to ensure adequate protection of children in emergencies. Standard 1 addresses coordination. Although the Handbook is primarily addressed to child protection coordination teams, which may include coordinators, co-leads and information managers, the guidance is equally valid for all members of the child protection coordination group, including national and international non- governmental organizations (NGOs), government representatives and other members, who seek to achieve an effective and coordinated.
Coordination in Child Protection: A Review of the Literature Article (PDF Available) in Archives of Disease in Childhood 68(3) March with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Chris Hobbs. Based on a qualitative study of child protection practices this book takes a detailed look at what professionals actually 'do', contrasting the relatively straightforward process illustrated in procedural guidance with the uncertainty of the 'real world' of child protection work.4/5(1).
Child Protection in Emergencies Coordinator’s Handbook 2 ForwordThis handbook offers practical guidance on child protection coordination to those working to protect children in emergencies. It has been developed in partnership by the community of UN agencies and international NGOs active in child protection in emergencies.
Hassan of Child Frontiers generously shared materials developed on behalf of the Child Protection Working Group for the IASC Child Protection Coordinators’ Handbook for Clusters, which have been adapted for use in this handbook.
Lisa Ernst was responsible for editing this handbook, and Lenny Tin produced the final design. This book is a must-read book for all front-line practitioners involved in safeguarding children, including social workers, child and adolescent mental health practitioners, police officers, healthcare professionals, probation workers and teachers.
The importance of child protection 1 Structure of the manual 2 How to use this manual 2 Section 1: Understanding Child Protection 3 Creating a protective environment for children 4 Coordination & child protection book systems approach to child protection Roles and responsibilities Coordination & child protection book the protection of children 6 Child protection legal framework and principles 7File Size: 1MB.
Child Protection, “Dirty Work,” and Interagency Collaboration: /ch Working Coordination & child protection book partnership is considered a key mechanism for effective delivery of services to children and families.
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This document was developed by Plan International and the Child Protection AoR to guide coordinators and NGOs that co-lead child protection coordination groups. It offers senior management of NGOs and Cluster Lead Agencies (CLAs), as well as CP Coordinators, information and advice to help them decide whether and how to enter a co-leadership, or.
The success of the first Child Protection Team established in Jacksonville in led Coordination & child protection book the establishment of four additional Teams inand between andadditional Teams were Coordination & child protection book to cover all areas of the state.
Pediatric medical direction was added in to coordinate the activities of the Child Protection Team Program. need for cooperation and coordination when it comes to complex situations. Child protection in peace operations cannot be done by single actors alone.
Close cooperation is essential to achieve the greatest effect, especially under the challenging circumstances in post conflict environments. SLIDE 3: Coordination with other child protection actors.
The Child Protection AoR is the global level forum for coordination on child protection in humanitarian settings. The group brings together NGOs, UN agencies, academics and others under the shared objective of ensuring more predictable, accountable and effective child protection responses in.
Best Practices in Child Protection The Protection Project and ICMEC | 1 Introduction Children are among our most vulnerable populations. The injustices many children suffer are unspeakable and occur in all corners of the globe, in all walks of life.
The term “child protection” is very broad and can encompass a wide range of Size: 1MB. Coordination & child protection: a review of the literature. [Christine Hallett; Elizabeth Birchall] -- A new study which draws together a large, diverse and scattered literature - from the disciplines of social and public policy, organizational sociology and social work, and from professional journals.
The Geneva-based coordination staff, the helpdesk, and the Rapid Response Team (RRT) provide remote and in-country support to field-level child protection coordination groups through: Query service and analysis: Members are welcome to send any questions related to CP and/or coordination for timely responses.
Chapter 9 COORDINATION WITH CHILD PROTECTION TEAM (CPT) Purpose. The Children’s Medical Services Program with the Department of Health is statutorily directed, per s.F.S., to develop, maintain, and coordinate one or more multi-disciplinary child protection teams (CPTs) in each region of the Department.
UNICEF's Humanitarian Action for Children highlights the humanitarian situation faced by millions of children and women and the support required to help their families, communities and national institutions meet their basic needs, promote their well-being and provide them with protection.
Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by by: 1.
This volume is based upon a case study of interagency co-ordination in child protection services, and represents the third phase of a larger study investigating co-ordination policies and practices in child protection, funded by the Department of Health.;The author draws on data derived from a sample of 48 registered child abuse cases, in-depth interviews with 90 professionals from various.
An alternative to three months of child protection training can be the completion of a recognised course in child protection and 15 documented cases (this log book), or onsite training conducted and documented by a designated Child Protection Medical Officer.
This log book should be used in conjunction with all of these options to document the. and issues relevant to child protection in Pakistan. This resource book captures a broad set of issues and needs considered critical in child protection in humanitarian situations/emergencies and exposes learners to various strategies and approaches for addressing issues affecting children in need of protection and Size: 1MB.
This volume is based upon a case study of interagency co-ordination in child protection services, and represents the third phase of a larger study investigating co-ordination policies and practices in child protection, funded by the Department of Health.
At present, there are 33 national humanitarian child protection coordination groups (formerly known as child protection sub-clusters) in the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) cluster system.
 These groups set the overall strategic direction for child protection humanitarian responses and can have great influence over the allocation of funding and training opportunities to organisations. The book is fully comprehensive, considering key topics such as: the consequences for children of abuse and neglect; the reasons why some adults abuse and neglect children; the personal challenges involved in doing child protection work; and the organizational framework within which child protection work takes place.
The analysis reveals various influences on social workers’ practice: the organisation and administrative structure of child protection, governmental requirements to interagency coordination, the abused girl, her family, and the skills and limitations of the social : Stewart Kirk.
Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. Acknowledgements. About this document. 1: Introduction. 2: Responsibilities of Paediatricians. 3: Working Together to Safeguard Children. 4: Children’s Rights. 5: Good Practice Recommendations. 6: The Medical Assessment and Admission to Hospital.
7: Consent, Confidentiality and Information Sharing. Operating the Child Protection System, C. Bell, S. Conroy and J. Gibbons, London, HMSO,pp. ISBN 0 11 4, £ Working Together in Child Protection, E.
Birchall with C. Hallett, London, HMSO,pp. ISBN 0 11 3, £ These five books form part of a series published by HMSO and based on a set. This guidebook was created to help state and local jurisdictions determine how to achieve useful integration and cooperation between child welfare and juvenile justice systems.
This was funded by the Robert F. Kennedy Children’s Action Corps and Models for Change Size: KB. Praise for the First Edition `All readers will be drawn to the style of the book as well as its content.
The structure will make sure that it is not just a "one-off", being read as part of a course of study, but a book which is used frequently as a source of reference' - Child Abuse Review The Second Edition of this best-selling textbook provides students and practitioners/5(7). Benchmark 1.
Both child protection and GBV coordination mechanisms provide guidance to all partners on common standards, strategies and approaches, ensuring that all critical child protection/ GBV gaps and vulnerabilities are identified; information is provided on roles, responsibilities and accountability to ensure that all gaps are addressed without duplication.
Child protection is the protection of children from violence, exploitation, abuse and neglect. Article 19 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child provides for the protection of children in and out of the home. Child protection systems are a set of usually government-run services designed to protect children and young people who are underage and to encourage family stability.
Principles of Child Protection examines the topical and growing field of child protection theory and practice. The author reviews the literature on social and cultural definitions and patterns of child abuse, child sexual abuse, and the nature of childhood itself, and examines the forces that have helped to determine current multiagency child.
USAID/OFDA Proposal Guidelines Protection PIRS pg. 2 • Under five • • • • • 50+ Suggested Data Collection Method: Semi-annual reporting File Size: KB. The book deals with the direct practice of child protection in an Australian context, focusing on evidence-based practice and complex issues such as mental health, domestic violence, workload.
The mission of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) is to protect the unprotected -- children, elderly, and people with disabilities -- from abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
Care coordination is indispensable to the effective operation of a System of Care/Community Collaborative. It is both a service to children and families and a function of a responsive system.
As a service, care coordination is carried out in children’s mental health in Connecticut on three levels, which are explained below. management of child protection concerns, the term “child” is pdf used.
4. Action for the Right of the child. ARC resource pack. 5. Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action, Child Protection Working Group, 6.
Size: 1MB.Child Protection Services (CPS) believes every child and youth who enters foster care has download pdf right to have their well-being needs assessed and treatment plans implemented to treat identified needs.
CPS uses both informal and formal assessments to help assess a child’s physical health and mental health/behavioral needs and determine if further.This thesis is a case study of coordination policies and practices ebook child protection services.
The study ebook an exploratory, descriptive account of the processes and outputs of interagency coordination rather than a hypothesis-testing study or an evaluation of the outcomes of coordination. It is based on empirical research undertaken in two research sites in the north of England.
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