Infectious diseases like COVID-19 can disrupt the environments in which children grow and develop. This can have negative consequences for children’s well-being, development and protection and put them at heightened risk. In turn, it also affects the ability of those working to protect children. It can particularly impact the way we provide timely and effective child protection case management for individual children at risk.
Join thousands for of an innovative free training course produced by CELCIS, at the University of Strathclyde as well as a number of international advisors and contributors. Backed by leading international humanitarian and children’s rights organisations, the course is informed by the expertise and experience of young people, professionals, volunteers, and academics.
This new, free, 3-4 hour online course is now available to anyone with a responsibility for responding to the protection and care of children. It will explore adapting child protection case management services during COVID-19 pandemic.
Learners – child protection case workers and manager, and frontline workers supporting child protection case management (including, humanitarian workers, social workers, teachers, medical workers, and members of community child protection groups) will be able to share ideas and examples of practice with other learners across the world.