brings children’s rights to life as outlined in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child in the context of development using innovative research, education and capacity building that draws on the strengths of children, their families, communities and culture.
|Child Protection in Development Training Program (CPID)||
Child Protection in Development is an innovative child protection training program that supports the development of community based child and youth protection practitioners through a unique learning program.
|BCCIC Peer Learning Circles hosted by IICRD||
IICRD presented a Peer Learning Circles series on Leading Development with Children, in collaboration with the BC Council for International Cooperation in Spring 2012.
|Child-Centred Accountability and Protection Evaluation (CAPE)||
The Child-Centred Accountability and Protection Evaluation (CAPE) is a multi-institutional pilot project focused on measuring the impact of child protection services and programs addressing sexual abuse and exploitation.