Child Protection in Emergencies - Priorities, principles and practices [Mongolian]

Save the Children's emergency strategy states that child protection interventions are to be part of every first phase response and subsequent recovery. This document details both Save the Children’s current perspective on the main protection dangers that children face in an emergency and how to address them. While this document does not aim to provide an all-encompassing strategy, it does provide Save the Children’s Alliance members and partners with a clear framework for the protection of children in emergencies by outlining a common definition and approach, programmatic priorities, useful programme examples, and the relevant legal framework and standards. Finally, the document serves as an extensive reference to additional guidelines, tools and other materials useful to practitioners and policy-makers

Published 2012-06-08

Document Information

Publication year
2007
Author(s)
Wedge, Joanna
Format
pdf, 82p.
Rights
© 2007 The International Save the Children Alliance
Creative Commons License
None
Identifier
ISBN: 978-91-7321-264-9

Document Information

Publication year
2007
Author(s)
Wedge, Joanna
Format
pdf, 82p.
Rights
© 2007 The International Save the Children Alliance
Creative Commons License
None
Identifier
ISBN: 978-91-7321-264-9