Safeguarding Children in Peacekeeping Resources

Field research and work provides an evidence base for the project, and opportunities to trial, test, adapt and implement the toolkit. Reports have been or are being produced about findings from some of those trips, and the research has been used together with desk research on law, human rights, gender, and political science in order to provide robust, evidence-based solutions.

These resources are part of The Safeguarding Children in Peacekeeping Project.


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