Health policy

Question Description


Session


4


:


Community-Based Child Protection Systems


Apr


10


Learning Objectives:




Analyse the factors contributing to the emergence of a systems focus to child protection in the field of humanitarian assistance




Critique early attempts to operationalize this ‘systems approach’




Evaluate the shift towards an analysis of ‘community-based’ child protection systems




Propose developments in such work to maximize impact on policy and practice


Required Reading:


Child Frontiers (2011). Mapping and Assessing Child protection Systems in West and Central Africa: A Five-Country Analysis Paper. Child Frontiers. June 2011. Available:

http://ncpsconferencedakar.org/IMG/pdf/West_Centra…



s_Analysis_Paper_FINAL_.pdf


Columbia Group for Children in Adversity (2012) An Ethnographic Study Of Community-Based Child Protection Mechanisms And Their Linkages With The

National Child Protection System Of Sierra Leone. Available:

http://childprotectionforum.org/wp/wp-content/uplo…



c_Sierra-Leone_brief_v3.pdf


Maestral International (2011) Child Protection Systems: Mapping And Assessing Eastern And Southern Africa July 25, 2011. Available:

http://www.ncpsconferencedakar.org/IMG/pdf/ESAR_fi



nal_report_July_25_2011.p


df


Wulczyn, F., Daro, D., Fluke, J., Feldman, S., Glodek, C. &Lifanda, K. (2010). Adapting a Systems Approach to Child Protection: Key Concepts and Considerations. UNICEF. Available: http://www.chapinhall


.org/sites/default/files/Adapting_A_Systems_Approach.pdf


Recommended Reading


Ager, A., Boothby, N. and Bremer, M. “Using the framework of the ‘protective environment’ to analyze the protection needs of children in Darfur”, Disasters, 2009, 33, (4), 548-573.


Bissell, Susan. (2012, November). The ‘State of the Art’ in Child Protection Systems. Speech presented at A Better Way to Protect All Children, New Delhi, India.


Foster-Fishman, Pennie G. & Watson, Erin R. (2011). The ABLe Change Framework: A Conceptual and Methodological Tool for Promoting Systems Change.

American Journal of Community Psychology


. Available:


http://www.sccmha.org/able.pdf




Cameron, Gary &Freymond, Nancy. (2006). Understanding international comparisons of child protection, family service, and community caring systems of children and family welfare.

In Gary Cameron & Nancy Freymond (Ed.),

Towards positive systems of child and


family welfare: international comparisons of child protection, family service, and community caring systems


(pp


.

289-317). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.




Cameron, Gary &


Freymond, Nancy (2006). Learning from international comparisons of child protection, family service, and community caring systems of child and family welfare. In Gary Cameron & Nancy Freymond (Ed.),

Towards positive systems of child and family welfare: international comparisons of child protection, family service, and community caring systems


(pp.3-26). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.


Wessells, M (2009) What Are We Learning About Protecting

Children in the Community?

An inter-agency review of the evidence on community-based



child protection mechanisms in human


itarian and development settings. Available:


http://www.unicef.org/wcaro/What_We_Are_Learning_A…



UNICEF (2008) Summary of Highlights.

UNICEF Global Child Prot


ection Systems Mapping Workshop

Bucharest, Romania


, 11-13, June


2008


.


http://www.unicef.org/videoaudio/PDFs/global_child…













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