Check out the latest news to find out what we have been up to and what we have planned.

CtC Chair receives honourary doctorate

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On 15 June 2018 Gerison Lansdown received an honourary doctorate from Carleton University “in recognition of extraordinary leadership in advocating for children’s rights.” In her inspiring convocation speech she drew upon the example of Pikin to Pikin Tok to illustrate how participation enables access to a range of rights, including protection.

“ECCE: All Children Everywhere Innovate, Participate, Collaborate”

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On 11 June 2018, Child to Child hosted the “ECCE: All Children Everywhere Innovate, Participate, Collaborate” workshop, bringing together representatives from across the development sector. The workshop yielded valuable insights on how children can access – and effectively participate in – quality Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE).

Feeling at Home at Nuevo Horizonte

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Former CtC intern Francesca is volunteering at Nuevo Horizonte, Guatemala, where children are put at the centre. In this blogpost she tells us about her experiences.

Child to Child in best practice report

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We are featured in two case studies in the Bernard van Leer Foundation and 8 80 Cities report “Building Better Cities with Young Children and Families”.

Honouring Mother Earth

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In honour of Mother Earth Day, Child to Child of the Americas Director, Celine Woznica, writes about some inspiring child-focused projects from Peru, Guatemala, Ecuador, and El Salvador.

Ebola radio project globally recognised

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Featured in the latest special edition of EENET, which focuses on education in emergencies

Shortlisted for the BOND International Development Award for Innovation.

Recognised by the UN Girls Education Initiative for its transformative impact on girls education.

Recognised by Oxford University.

Welcoming child refugees

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Following the arrival of unaccompanied refugee children from France, the need to engage affected children in the development of inclusive policies is more crucial than ever.

Children fleeing extremism

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Child to Child has collaborated with UK think tank Quilliam on a new research report focussed on the vulnerabilities of unaccompanied child refugees to extremist groups such as ISIS and current UK government safeguarding policy.