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Child protection in the words of the Child Frontiers team
Vimala Crispin, describes the rationale for a study with care leavers in northern Thailand
Emily Delap explores how we have adopted a peer-to-peer approach to research with care leavers in Jordan and Kenya
Child Frontiers facilitated a child protection system visioning process with the Government of Thailand.
Exploring new ways to share learning on care reform during the Covid19 pandemic.
Child Frontiers has been working with the Government of Timor-Leste for more than a decade.
Child Frontiers documents the experiences of Social Service Workers in Malaysia in the time of Covid.
Emma de Vise-Lewis writes about a fascinating research on an age-old initiation rite for teenage girls in Sierra Leone.
Child Frontiers is developing a graduate certificate program with Royal Roads University.
Oliver Mweemba, Gillian Mann and Nikki van der Gaag write about their recently completed research in Zambia.
Dr. Joachim Theis writes about supporting interventions that aim to bring about far-reaching structural changes and challenge deep-rooted gender inequality.
Yin Yin Han, Thanda Kyaw and Vimala Crispin write about supporting the development of a national child protection policy in Myanmar.
Ken Ondoro and Pia Vraalsen write that establishing trust is the most important ingredient in the Kenyan child protection system.
Gillian Mann writes about the conclusion of a 2.5 year study on understanding child marriage and parenthood to inform policies and programming globally.
Guy Thompstone writes about assessing capacity gaps in the social service workforce in Botswana to prevent and respond to violence against children.
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