In this course, you will learn:
- In international human rights law, the beginnings of child protection.
- How to assess global child protection concerns and the diversity of child protection agents.
- The effects of violence, exploitation, and abuse (VEA) on children's emotional, social, and physical development, as well as prevention and intervention measures.
- The protection standards for children involved in a dispute or who come into touch with the law.
- How to evaluate and improve a kid protection system.
- Every Child's Right to Protection
- The Legal Foundation of Child Protection
- Defining and Measuring Child Protection
- Violence Against Children
- Causes and Consequences of Violence
- Strategies for Preventing and Addressing Violence
- Examples of Preventing and Addressing Violence
- Children and the Law
- Children in Conflict with the Law
- Children in Contact with the Law
- Migrant Children and the Law
- A System's Approach to Child Protection
- Components of a Child Protection System
- Identifying Problems in Child Protection System
- Global and Local Action to Strengthen Child Protection Systems