Following the recommendations of the 2006 UN Study on Violence Against Children, many child focused organisations are now supporting countries to strengthen their national child protection systems
Keeping Children Safe is working with NSPCC, UNICEF UK, Right to Play, Commonwealth Institute, International Development for Sport, amongst others, to develop a set of standards around safeguarding
This Saturday, 16 June is the African Unions designated day of the African child.
Keeping Children Safe will be facilitating a short workshop on safeguarding in orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) programming at the Global AIDS Conference, Washington DC, 25 July.
Keeping Children Safe is attending the first ever conference on child protection systems strengthening in Sub-Saharan Africa in Dakar, Senegal from 7 - 9 May.
Keeping Children Safe is celebrating it’s 10th anniversary doing what is does best - bringing people together to talk about the challenging subject of child abuse within aid agencies.
Following the success of trainings delivered by Keeping Children Safe in 2011 to USAID PEPFAR partners, John Snow Inc and USAID have extended Keeping Children Safe's contract.
Are aid agencies coordinating efforts for protecting children in large scale emergencies?
Alex Dressler and Sally Warren from Keeping Children Safe will be presenting at the Second International Conference in Africa on Child Sexual Abuse.
A non-governmental organisation (NGO), Lifeline/Childline Zambia, has set up a telephone helpline for children to seek counsel when they are facing various kinds of abuse. The line, which is toll-