Child Frontiers works in partnership with international development and humanitarian agencies, including United Nations agencies, international and national NGOs and foundations. Since 2008 we have collaborated with UNICEF, Save the Children, Plan International, World Vision, Terre des Hommes, Oxfam GB, UBS Optimus Foundation, USAID, ECPAT International, NGO Group for the Convention of the Rights of the Child, ChildFund Australia, Family for Every Child, IOD Parc, the African Child Policy Forum and the Child Protection Working Group.
Child Frontiers works in partnership with government ministries and departments responsible for the welfare and protection of children, supporting them to assess and strengthen national child protection systems. Child Frontiers has recently worked on behalf of government partners in Bhutan, Zambia, Lao PDR, Togo, Timor-Leste, Nauru, the Philippines and Thailand, among others.
We also partner with academic institutions, private companies and experts to complement the Child Frontiers core team. These collaborations enable Child Frontiers to draw upon and apply specialist areas of knowledge and experience to our research programmes, evaluations, training and advisory services. In recent years we have collaborated with Thammasat University (Thailand) and the University of Saint Joseph (Lebanon).
We have worked on different initiatives with experts from the London School of Economics and Political Science’s Department of Social Policy, Columbia University, Harvard University, Monash University, The Children’s Legal Centre (UK) and Universalia Ltd. (Canada).
Child Frontiers continues to build and expand our network around the globe, particularly with agencies and institutions working in developing countries.