From the latest INEE newsletter:
|[DOCUMENTS] Child Protection Documents
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What is next for the child rights and child protection movements? In this edition of the CPC newsletter, we are proud to launch a series of reports. Taken together, these documents take stock of the global landscapes of child rights and child protection and prompt us to challenge our traditional ways of operating.
If these documents inspire and challenge you, and we hope that they will, please reach out to let us know how you might be keen to get engaged.
Among the many resources we are sharing below, we are especially excited to highlight the Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Protection’s advocacy brief, which calls for urgent action to rapidly reunify separated children with their families and to end detention at US borders.
Learn more here.