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Last chance to book: Protecting children in emergencies course, Bangkok February 2013

A three day course on safeguarding children in emergencies  5 - 7 February 2013, Bangkok, Thailand. 

Global review of child safeguarding

Keeping Children Safe is conducting a study into the impact of its work over the past ten years and is interested in identifying any organisations

Are charities doing more harm than good by using images and stories of vulnerable children?

Come along to a Gurteen Knowledge Cafe to discuss. Wednesday 12 December 2012, 6:00pm - 9:00pm. 

New course: Protecting children in emergencies - Supporting your safeguarding responsibilities. Bangkok February 2013

A three day co

Child safeguarding and organisations working with children affected by HIV

This World Aids Day (1 December), for those organisations working with children affected by HIV it is important to ensure adequate child safeguardi

Minimum standards for child protection in humanitarian action launched on 29 October.

Children often make up more than 50% of the population affected by conflicts or disasters around the world.

Keeping Children Safe to hold session at CORE Group Fall Meeting 12 October 2012

Matthew Stephens from World Vision will be hosting a roundtable session at the CORE Group Fall meeting - Call to Action to End Preventable Chil

Keeping Children Safe signs contract with Act for Peace - National Council of Churches in Australia

Keeping Children Safe has signed a contract with Act for Peace  –  National Council of Churches in Australia in order to support them in working wi

Last chance to book place on child safeguarding course in Bangkok - 22 - 26 October

Book your space today on our child participation in child safeguarding course.  Bangkok 22 - 26 October

Keeping Children Safe awarded contract to work with UNICEF Nigeria on preventing child abuse

Keeping Children Safe is delighted to have signed a contract with United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Nigeria for a 16-month partnership to hel