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Children should feel safe at home, in school and online. But it is in these places that most violence against children happens – often at the hands of the people they interact with every day.
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (commonly abbreviated as the CRC or UNCRC) is an international human rights treaty which sets out the civil, political, economic, social, health and cultural rights of children. The convention defines a child as any human being
The IFRC Child Safeguarding Risk Analysis tool supports IFRC Operations and Programmes to identify and rate their child safeguarding risks.
ChildHope’s Child Protection Toolkit is a practical learning tool and set of resources designed for non-government organisations, particularly in Africa, Asia and South America, who are working to protect children.
Children rely on adults to keep them safe. All organisations that work with children, whether directly or indirectly, should have at their core the commitment to protecting all children in their care.
This policy outlines the requirements for volunteer screening prior to someone volunteering with Scouts Canada.
Download below an example of a template for a membership certificate, used by our friends at Scouts New Zealand.
This resource is providing you with the necessary tools to make your own Code of Conduct.
Your Code of Conduct will provide your staff, volunteers, and others responsible for children and youth with very specific guidelines that will guide behavior including:
Learn more about nonprofit branding with our complete guide and best examples.