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Challenges and Priorities - Child protection and use of evidence to inform policy with equitable approaches

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This presentation by Cornelius Williams, Associate Director and Global Chief of Child Protection at UNICEF, was delivered as part of the Child Protection panel 'How do we best support young people in situations of adversity?' at the 'Young Lives, child poverty and lessons for the SDGs' conference on 27th June, 2018.

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Challenges and Priorities - Child protection and use of evidence to inform policy with equitable approaches

  1. 1. Challenges and Priorities - Child Protection and use of Evidence to Inform Policy with Equitable Approaches © UNICEF/simonlister Cornelius Williams Associate Director, Child Protection 27 June 2018 Young Lives, child poverty and lessons for the SDGs
  2. 2. 2030 Agenda: a framework for action CP actions contribute towards achievement of SDGs 1,3,4 amongst others UNICEF has been identified as the sole or joint custodian agency for ALL EIGHT Child Protection indicators © UNICEF/UN061998/Vishwanathan
  3. 3. Data: Need for comparability and challenges for equity
  4. 4. Child Protection and the SDGs: what is happening at country level?
  5. 5. 5 ©UNICEF/NYHQ2012-1488/DORMINO ADDRESSING VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN: An Evidence Based Approach to Policy and Practice
  6. 6. Progress to Date 6 Strategies & major communication/data 2014 VAC Evaluation 2015 VAC Theory of Change Cause Framework 2016 Strategic Plan 2018 – 2021 communication/data 2017 Support to Governments 2018 INSPIRE & GPEVAC INSPIRE Technical Package 20182016 2014 SDG 2015 VAC Surveys & National Plans
  7. 7. …….managing the cases: system building and time frame
  8. 8. Evidence of effective and efficient solutions Global results and consensus Availability of large scale interventions Standardization, packaging and bureaucratization Building the case for investment The debates

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