Creating a culture of child protection means creating an environment where children feel safe from any harm, abuse, or maltreatment.
You can create a culture of child protection by developing policies and procedures, a mission statement, and an intention that is made clear to everyone interacting with the children.
In this video, learn how to use our holistic four-square process to create a culture of child protection focused on awareness, prevention, reporting, and responding.
If you’d like to work with us on developing your very own child protection policy, contact Director of Global Programs Niyoshi Mehta at Niyoshi@MiracleFoundation.org.
A recommended list of trainings, discussions, and activities to develop a robust Child Protection Policy. For more details and to access specific training units, contact Director of Global Programs Niyoshi Mehta at Niyoshi@MiracleFoundation.org. Child Protection Policy Timeline