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

Pikin to Pikin Tok featured in the BMJ

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Our article on Pikin to Pikin Tok has been published in the esteemed British Medical Journal, after the project was chosen as an example of multisectoral collaboration by the WHO.

Fighting Super-bugs – A Global Movement

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With the help of CtC of the Americas, two grassroots institutions with long histories of implementing the CtC methodology are collaborating across the continents to tackle a global problem—microbial resistance due to antibiotic abuse.

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.

Child to Child workshop connects indigenous cosmovision with today’s issues

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Child to Child of the Americas recently held a four day workshop in Ecuador, which combined indigenous values and the Child to Child approach to impart lessons on health and the environment.

London students Step Up to Serve by supporting children orphaned by Ebola in Sierra Leone

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A group of ESOL students (English for Speakers of Other Languages) at the College of North West London rolled up their sleeves to raise money for Ebola-affected orphans in the remote Kailahun District of Sierra Leone.

CEDET, our partner in Peru wins Human Rights Award from French Government

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Our Peruvian partner CEDET was recently awarded the “Javier Pérez de Cuéllar” Human Rights Award by the government of France in recognition of its effective work in the “promotion, defence, and protection of human rights,” including the rights and well-being of Afro-Peruvian children.

Students support Ebola-affected children in Sierra Leone

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On March 1st as part of the International Day at their college, students involved in our Hearing All Voices project will run events and hold a raffle to raise money to support children without parental care as a consequence of the Ebola Virus Disease outbreak. If you can offer anything as raffle prizes, or want to buy raffle tickets, please contact us at ccenquiries@ioe.ac.uk or on 0207 612 6649.

The Child to Child Resource Book - Activity Sheets

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The Child to Child Resource Book is available online! It is one of the most widely used Child to Child publications. Its popularity led it to be translated and adapted into as many as 31 languages.