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Protecting Children Deprived of Their Liberty and Avoiding Increased Detention during COVID-19 and other IDOs: Approaches in Practice

Hear from practitioners in the field describing how they have adjusted their work for children deprived of their liberty in COVID-19.
Watch the video interview of Terres des Hommes colleagues:
  • Marta GIL, Tdh-L MENA Access to Justice Program Coordinator

  • Farah Shaban ISHAQAT, Tdh-L Jordan Legal Specialist

  • Obada Mohammad TAEEM, Tdh-L Jordan Senior Social Worker

You will hear how they have been adapting their access to justice programs in the Middle East and North Africa Region during COVID-19.

Your Task

  • How have risk and protective factors for children in detention been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in your context?

If you are not sure, research online, ask a colleague or engage with other learners below.

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Protecting Children during COVID-19 and other Infectious Disease Outbreaks

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