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Child Protection in Development

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Michele Cook

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Transcript of Child Protection in Development

Accountable Action
Child centred
accountability
Working
across systems
Effective use of social media
Rights based indicators
Creativity &
innovation
IICRD's Child Protection in Development
What makes CPID Unique?
Child Protection in Development (CPID)
CPID is an innovative educational leadership program supporting young people and practitioners working with communities to protect and support the
well being of children and youth.
Knowledge
Child Protection Systems
Holistic Child Development
Children's Rights
Human, Community and International
Development
Working with vulnerable children, youth & families
Skills
Tools for meaningful engagement with children, youth, families & communities
Listening and talking with children and youth
Strength-based reflection and inquiry
Building unique partnerships
CPID is rooted in the lived experience of the practitioner, their community and culture as well as leading edge research, practice and experience!
Self
Reflective practice
Listening
Mindfulness
Self Care
Leads with children
Starts from strengths
Builds Partnerships to
expand circles of support

Works from the inside out

Uses the power of ideas
CPID Structure
CPID offers four levels of progressive engagement to increase the depth of self, knowledge, skills, and accountable action
supportive Community of Practice
Skill
recognition
Specialized
training
Post-secondary
degrees
For more information join us at:
cpid.iicrd.org
www.iicrd.org
Or email us at:
info@iicrd.org

Thank You!
Self as the foundation of practice
Engages young people and scholar-practitioners as change-agents
Creates new employment opportunities
Links community support with formal services
Offers evidence based knowledge, skills, and practices
Supports culturally relevant, strength-based solutions
The Journey
Sept 2013 marked the first pilot of CPID's Self course delivered in partnership with Outward Bound Canada at Liard Hot Springs BC with Fort Nelson First Nations and Nenan Child and Family Services
Links community support with formal child and family services
Encourages partnership, innovation, and creativity
Fosters community by building community, both face to face
and on-line
http://www.cpid.iicrd.org/specialized-training
http://www.cpid.iicrd.org/skill-recognition-stamps
http://www.cpid.iicrd.org/post-secondary-degrees
http://www.cpid.iicrd.org/home
A big thank you for the support of our partners and funders!
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