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Update RC Asia Pacific 2009
Update RC Asia Pacific 2009
Update RC Asia Pacific 2009
Update RC Asia Pacific 2009
Update RC Asia Pacific 2009
Update RC Asia Pacific 2009
Update RC Asia Pacific 2009
Update RC Asia Pacific 2009
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  • Increase in the number of answered calls Number of responded to calls, steadyNext round for data collection March/ April 2010
  • Trends: Information requested most important reason for contact in region since collection started in 2003. In 2008, information requested account for 28% in earlier years higher percentages Increase in reporting of commercial exploitationIncrease in reporting on Legal matters Increase in reporting of abuse and violenceNext round for data collection March/April 2010
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    • 1. Advocacy at CHI January 2010
      Advocacy at CHI
      Type date here
    • 2. 2
      Advocacy Overview
      Highlights since RC Thailand 2008
      Advocacy Taskforce (Amrita)
      Data updates
      Principles, Standards and Practices Taskforce (Philippa)
    • 3. 3
      Highlights since RC Thailand
      Supplement ITU on allocation of short number 116 111 to child helplines
      The Supplement invites governments to assign the number to helplines who do not have a short number yet. Can be used in advocacy efforts.
      World Congress III Rio Agenda
      Child helplines recognised as an essential tool to combat sexual abuse of children
      Committee on the Rights of the Child, General Comment no. 12
      Recognition of child helplines as an essential tool to the Right of Children to be heard
    • 4. Advocacy Taskforce – Amrita
      4
      International Child Helpline Day, 17 May
      Violence against children follow up
      2009 VAC Report
      UNSRSG-VAC Marta Santos Pais
      Upcoming collection for 2010
      VAC fact sheet: end of Q1
      Toll free status child helplines
      Top priority for next few years: please inform us if you need assistance (depending on capacity).
      Advocacy toolkit in progress
    • 5. Advocacy Taskforce – Amrita
      5
      Regional advocacy
      Working on regional advocacy strategy. Should be finished end of Q1
      Manuals and Training
      Advocacy manual: finalized
      On-line counselling training
      Review of manual How to build your helpline
      Partnerships
      MoU with Plan International on violence in schools
      MoU with RELAF
    • 6. Data updates– Amrita
      6
      Connecting to Children
      Streamlining of data collection efforts
      Data proforma, PSP, membership fee, VAC
      Deadlines: March to May 2010
      Country data software
      Q&A
    • 7. Data
      2008 Data
      Attempted: all attempts at contact through telephone (including answering machine records).
      Answered: Calls answered by the child helpline, where the child helpline provides with assistance or active listening ( includes testcalls or silent calls)
      Responded to: All answered calls where the child helpline in able to provide assistance; and level of engagement suffiecien to categorise calls.
      No. of contacts: Includes web based contacts, in person contacts and postal contacts.
    • 8. 2008 Data
    • 9. Principles, Standards, Practices Taskforce
      9
      Principles, Standards and Practices
      Overview of PSP Checklist
      Review of checklist
      Glossary update
      PSP Report 2009
      The Future of the PSP Checklist
      Development of Minimum Standards
      Documentary Evidence Review:
      Annual Reports
      Screening Procedures
    • 10. Principles, Standards, Practices Taskforce
      10
      Principles, Standards and Practices
      Membership Criteria
      Impact Assessment Tools
      Child Participation/Child Protection
      Questionnaire: please return during closing session
    • 11. Thank you !
      For questions
      amrita@childhelplineinternational.org
      leen@childhelplineinternational.org
      nenita@childhelplineinternational.org

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