Call for Applications: Young Researchers’ Participation in SVRI Forum 2017

Posted By: • February 28th, 2017

The Sexual Violence Research Initiative is seeking to identify 10 young researchers between the ages of 18-24 who have engaged in participatory research activities on violence against children to attend the upcoming SVRI Forum 2017 as well as 5 NGO facilitators to support their participation in the conference. The Forum is scheduled to take place from 18-21 September in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Participants selected for this program should be based in Eastern Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, and/or East Africa. Read More

Llamado a Artículos

Posted By: • January 29th, 2017

La Red de Aprendizaje RISE está invitando a contribuciones de profesionales de todo el mundo que trabajan en proyectos y programas que apuntan a la reparación de daño y a la reintegración de niños, niñas y adolescentes afectados por la explotación sexual y otras formas de violencia y abuso. Read More

Webinar on Conducting Youth-led Research in Kampala

Posted By: • January 23rd, 2017

Anna Nabulya, Deputy Director of Uganda Youth Development Link (UYDEL), shares her experience implementing a youth-led research project in Kampala. Anna presents the outcomes of the research, highlighting the process that was undertaken with the youth that participated in this initiative. Read More

Call for Articles

Posted By: • January 22nd, 2017

The RISE Learning Network is inviting contributions from professionals around the world working on projects and programmes that aim at the recovery and reintegration of children affected by sexual exploitation and other forms of violence and abuse. Read More

Webinar: Participation of Children in Monitoring Care Services in Government-run Child Care Institutions in India

Posted By: • January 16th, 2017

In this webinar, Deep Savarni, Founder & Director of Praajak Development Society shares his experience in establishing the Child Protection Committees as a means to realize effective participation of children in monitoring care services in government-run child care institutions in India. Mr. Savarni shares this initiative that is trying to promote the participation of children in how a child care institution is run. Starting with a simple “suggestion box”, the project evolved into institutionalized Child Committees, which are having an unexpected impact on the children and their lives in the shelter homes. Read More