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Organisation Description

The Child Protection Hub was initiated by a group of individuals and organisations from 9 different countries, from South East Europe and the wider European region. As a professional community, we strive for a safe, nurturing and inclusive environment for all children. We have come together to realise this ambitious project in order to provide child protection professionals with tools for working and developing, space for constant learning and communication and with an opportunity to become a part of a strong regional community of practice.

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CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • e-learning course: Supporting Children’s Participation

    Online Course | Child Protection Hub

    Child Protection Hub

    The self-paced e-learning course developed by the Centre for Excellence for Looked After Children in Scotland (CELCIS); covers the issue of supporting children’s participation in decisions affecting them. The topics cover the importance of participation; values and attitudes in promoting child participation; key skills of participation with practical hints and tips; tools and strategies for practice to support the participation of different groups of children. The course is made up of 3 foundation modules and 6 optional practice modules and takes 5-8 hours to complete.

  • e-learning course: Participatory Practice for Children and Young People Affected by Sexual Violence

    Online Course | Child Protection Hub

    Child Protection Hub

    This course will explore how practitioners working with children and young people affected by sexual violence (SV) can engage young people as active partners in their own support and care; by applying a set of approaches known as the participatory practice. This framework helps children and young people affected by sexual violence to assert their rights and reclaim their power to create positive change in their lives and in the world around them. It calls for practitioners to focus on young people’s strengths; to respect young people as competent social actors; and to let young people take greater control over how they engage with services.

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