The Child Protection Minimum Standards revision: Application in practice and next steps

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In this podcast, the host speaks with the co-chairs of the Child Protection Minimum Standards (CPMS) and they discuss how the standards are used in practice to ensure that child protection is an essential component of all humanitarian action.

Since they were launched six years ago, the Child Protection Minimum Standards (CPMS) have become an important reference to help ensure that measures to protect children are a central component of all humanitarian action. As part of launching the next stage of the consultation and revision process to update the standards. On 19 June, PHAP organized an online session together with the Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action on the standards and how they are being used in practice. This was an opportunity to learn more about the standards and how practitioners are using them, what is changing in the revision, and what the next steps are for contributing to the consultations. For more information about this past event and further resources, please visit https://phap.org/19jun2018


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