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Field Note: Catalyst: Expanding Harm-Reduction Education and Youth Participation in the Context of the War on Drugs
Author Theo Di Castri argues for an innovative harm-reduction curriculum that engages youth at the frontlines of the war on drugs in transformative and sustainable grassroots action.
Book Review: Political Socialization of Youth: A Palestinian Case Study by Janette Habashi
In this review of Political Socialization of Youth: A Palestinian Case Study by Janette Habashi, Jo Kelcey discusses the harm done by ignoring oppression within education structures while building interventions.
A Fair Share for Children: Preventing the Loss of a Generation to COVID-19
As this report makes clear, it is not just COVID-19 that is exacerbating global inequality; the world’s unjust economic response to COVID-19 will deepen global inequality for at least a generation. The most marginalised and vulnerable have been left to fend for themselves and millions of children will pay the price with their lives, unless we act now.
Becoming an Adult in Internal Displacement
The report is intended to raise awareness on the need to include young IDPs in plans to prevent and respond to displacement, to ensure adequate support for all, and to make the most of the resilience and resources young people can display under such circumstances.
Psychosocial Wellbeing of Girls and Boys Post Beirut Explosion
To capture the impact of the Beirut explosion on children's psychosocial wellbeing and highlight perceived trends, experiences, priorities and coping mechanisms of children and parents in the aftermath of the event, Plan International Lebanon and Right to Play conducted this joint qualitative assessment of children’s behaviour during PSS sessions and interviews with parents.
PlayMatters at Home- Emergency Materials
As PlayMatters’ interventions were still in nascent stages of development when the COVID-19 pandemic forced school closures around the world, including in East Africa, the consortium quickly pivoted to develop a family-friendly home learning program to help caregivers engage their children in educational play.
Protect a Generation: The impact of COVID-19 on children's lives
Save the Children carried out a global survey of children and their parents or caregivers during the COVID-19 pandemic, to find out the impact that the pandemic is having on their access to healthcare, their education, their family finances and their safety, and to hear from children themselves on these topics.
Special report: An NRC investigation finds that the fear of Covid-19 is leading to an alarming rise in stress levels amongst refugee and displaced children in the Middle East.
Should We Reopen Schools? A Child-Centered Position for Uganda
The government of Uganda has imposed a lockdown as a pre-emptive measure to control the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. Even with a gradual, phased return, the majority of Uganda’s youth remain in their homes. This has meant missed learning opportunities and led to a rise in rates of violence against children (VAC) in their homes and communities.
Learning in a COVID-19 World: The Unique Risks of Falling Behind for Children in Humanitarian Settings
Children in humanitarian settings face a double crisis as the health emergency disrupts their opportunities to learn, develop and thrive. Ensuring children can continue to learn during the pandemic, no matter their access to technology, must be central to the COVID-19 response in fragile contexts.