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Welcome to Week 3!

El anfitrión del curso muestra un video de bienvenida y una guía sobre el enfoque de la Semana 3.
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Hello and welcome to week three. Over the previous two weeks of planning together, we considered the stages of COVID-19 and associated public health measures. Identify the impact of infectious disease outbreaks on risks and protective factors for children and grounded. Our work within the child Protection minimum standards. We have heard from children themselves and reflected on the centrality of meaningful engagement of children and young people in decision-making.
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It is now time to bring our focus to adapting our ways of working to best support children, Families and communities. A guiding question is. How do you chat protection practitioners adapt ways of working to support child protection outcomes during COVID-19 and other infectious disease outbreaks? We start the week with a focus on child safeguarding and organizational risks. And mitigation strategies for keeping children safe online. We will move on to hear from field practitioners on practical considerations for adapting individual and group activities for child well being to enable continued services and support. We will also explore adaptations needed to continue preventing and responding to violence. Abuse, exploitation and neglect of children in the home.
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This would include a focus on adapting the work of child helplines. The week ends with considering adaptations for the care and protection of children deprived of their Liberty. Stay engaged through this practical week by the end of this week you will be halfway through the course.

By the end of this week, you will be familiar with:

  • Promising practice for safely engaging children online and offline.

  • Adaptations for implementing individual and group activities for child well-being during COVID-19 and other IDOs in line with public health measures in your own context.

  • Practical ways to support parents and caregivers in protecting children from violence, abuse, exploitation and neglect in the context of COVID-19 and other IDOs.

  • Actions for the care and protection of children deprived of their liberty during COVID-19 and other IDOs.

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