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Keeping Children Safe Toolkit

Keeping Children Safe Toolkit

Keeping Children Safe Toolkit

The Keeping Children Safe: A Toolkit for Child Protection is a complete package for people working in safeguarding children across the world. It aims to support agencies at international, national and local levels to put these standards into practice. This is a revised toolkit with new material from Child-to-Child Trust to incorporate child participation in child protection.

The toolkit provides practical guidance, tools, support materials and an easily digestible DVD. The standards and exercises provide a good basis for the development of effective measures to prevent and respond to violence: from awareness raising strategies to safeguarding measures. They offer an excellent opportunity not only for the improvement of the quality and professionalism of those working with children, but most importantly, it will help to achieve a greater impact for children.

If put in place the toolkit's simple policies and procedures will significantly strengthen child safeguarding in an organisation. More

Please find below links to the Keeping Children Safe: A toolkit for child protection.

To watch the videos which support the toolkit please follow the link below. Please note the comments below the films to be able to scan through to the different sections of the video.

English: Tool1 - Tool2 - Tool3 - Tool4 - Video English

French: Tool1 - Tool2 - Tool3 - Tool4 - Video French

Spanish: Tool1 - Tool2 - Tool3 - Tool4 - Video Spanish


updated: 27 July, 2013

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