Save the Children’s Resource Centre is platform to promote knowledge sharing and exchange related to child rights, made available to the public by Save the Childrenwith the purpose of building a world where every child survives, learns, and is protectedThe knowledge available on this platform draws on publications from the entire Save the Children movement, as well as from our partners working toward our shared vision for children.  

To learn more about Save the Children’s Resource Centre, please visit our About page. 

Intellectual Property Rights

The texts on this website, such as the abstracts and editorial information, are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License. 

Save the Children owns the rights to all images, unless otherwise indicated. Images on the site may not be copied or used in any other context without prior permission.  

Users are encouraged to use materials presented within the Resource Centre to the extent the various publications permit. The Resource Centre does not retain the rights to materials presented within the library, unless explicitly stated. The copyright of respective materials belong to the copyright holder detailed within the work. The Resource Centre does not grant permission to copy, re-use, or alter publications hosted on the platform. If users wish to re-use publications, it is the user’s responsibility to determine if permission is needed and to obtain permission from the copyright owner before doing so. If users wish to disseminate Save the Children publications, users may link to said publication on the Resource Centre, but may not host the publication natively. 

Many materials on the Resource Centre are licensed undeCreative Commons. The Creative Commons license details how the publication may be used and/or shared. 

Some materials are not licensed under Creative Commons, but have been made available through other licensing agreements.  

If users wish to translate, alter, reproduce, or disseminate materials shared within the library, users are advised to contact the copyright holder of said work. 

If users believe that their intellectual rights are being violated by any materials shared on the Resource Centre, please email us. 

Privacy Policy

User confidence is a priority of Save the Children Sweden. In line with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), we protect your data and privacy when accessing the Resource Centre and any other Save the Children Sweden-administered websites. Our guiding principles are simple. We are transparent about with data we collect and why. We aim to protect your data in the best way possible. 

Our privacy policy describes which data we collect, why we collect it, how you can control your data, and how you can contact us. The policy applies in all contexts: when you visit our website, use any of its services, interact with us on social media, or get in touch with us through email or an app. 

To read our full privacy agreement, please click this text. 

Your rights on the Resource Centre

As a user of the Resource Centre, you hold certain rights. You can: 

  • Delete your account and your personal information from the Resource Centre 
  • Request to have materials owned by you (copyright owners) removed from the platform 
  • Adjust cookies

To delete your account, log into your Resource Centre account, press the “My Account” option in the top bar, next press “account settings” in the pop-up on the right-hand side. Here you can choose to delete your account along with all of your personal information. You may email us at to make a request to remove material that you are the copyright owner of. Please provide the title and the Resource Centre link to the relevant material from the business account associated with the material. 

Image Policy

When using pictures of children in media, Save the Children’s priority is the child’s safety and well-being. All pictures have therefore been captured with the consent of the child’s caretaker. We also ensure that a child’s identity cannot be triangulated with additional personal information. Consequently, names and locations of children included in our materials may be anonymized. In some exceptional cases, children’s faces may also be anonymized for their protection. 

Access this document to learn more about Save the Children Safeguarding policy.


Materials are made available on the Resource Centre “as is,” without warranties of any kind, either expressed or implied, without limitations, warranty of merchantability, fitness for particular purpose, and non-infringement. The Resource Centre does not ensure the accuracy, quality, appropriateness, timeliness, or reliability of any materials hosted on the platformNor does the Resource Centre endorse, support, represent or guarantee the accuracy or reliability of the advice, recommendations, opinions and statements within materials on the platform. Materials on the Resource Centre may be added, changed, updated, or removed without prior notice to the user. The Resource Centre is not liable for any losses, damages, liability, or expenses claimed to have been inflicted from use of this platform or from the use of materials herein. The user accesses and uses the platform and the materials herein at their own risk.  

Hosting of materials on the Resource Centre does not imply endorsement of the material, its content, or the publisher by Save the Children. Nor does the display of materials from the Resource Centre on third-party websites entail endorsement of the third-party website by Save the Children. 

The Resource Centre may contain links or references to third-party websites. The Resource Centre is not responsible for the third-party sites and is therefore not responsible for the content of the linked sites. Links to other sites do not imply endorsement of the third-party website or its owner by Save the Children. Nor does linking from a third-party website to the Resource Centre imply endorsement of said website by Save the Children. 

The Resource Centre gives users the option to create an account on the platform, which gives the user access to certain services (including, but not limited to, subscription services, “My Library,” and the submission function). These services are intended to enhance the user experience. The Resource Centre is not liable for the conduct of any user and reserves the right to deny user access to the services provided on the platform in its sole discretion, without prior notification to the user. 

By using the Resource Centre, users agree to these terms and conditions. Users who have withdrawn from the platform are still bound by these terms and conditions. Authors and copyright owners of materials may request that their materials are removed from the platform, but may not opt out of these terms. 

The Resource Centre reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions at its sole discretion. The user is responsible for periodically reviewing these terms and conditions to ensure that their engagement is in line with the terms as outlined. By continuing use of the Resource Centre subsequent to amended conditions, the user acknowledges, agrees, and consents to the amendments. 

Last amended: 2023-07-01