Child Frontiers is committed to generating new knowledge and learning, reflecting on the findings and conclusions of our experiences in different areas of child protection. On these pages, we share our latest thinking and ideas, including commentaries, discussion papers and recent publications. The aim is to open dialogue and encourage critical thinking on child protection work in development and humanitarian settings.
We welcome feedback, suggestions and questions from child protection partners as, together, we strive to achieve improved outcomes for children and families.
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