How can I ensure the protection of children and young people in my project?

Examples of child protection policies as well as guidelines show how such a child protection concept can be built up and how it can be brought closer to employees in your organization, company, or projects.

 

Safeguarding in Sport and Sport for Development (S4D)

Contexts in Africa: A Practitioner’s Guide from Policy to Action

A guide on how governments, sports federations, organizations, clubs and individuals involved in sport and sport for development can develop policies and guidelines and implement measures to protect children and vulnerable adults.

produced by: GIZ | Link to page | Languages: English, French, Swahili, Arabic, Spanish | Year: 2021

Global Policy on Safeguarding Children and Young People. ‘Say Yes! To Keeping Children and Young People Safe and Protected’

Plan International's global child protection policy

produced by: Plan International | Link | Languages: English, Arabic, French, Spanish, Year: 2017

Child Safeguarding Policy

Save the Children's child protection policy.

produced by: Save the Children | Languages: English, German | Year: 2017

Child Safeguarding Policy

The child protection guidelines of terre des hommes Germany

produced by: Terre des Hommes | Languages: English, German | Year: 2019

Toolkit Child Protection Workshops

Guide for workshops on child protection with a focus on employees in partner organizations of Kindernothilfe for projects e.g. in development cooperation.

produced by: Kindernothilfe | Download [pdf, 1.8 mb, 11 pages] | Language: English | Year: 2016

Child safeguarding tools and guidance

Guide with five different tools for child protection workers. Included are guides for child protection in organizations, as well as training sessions for staff, with a focus on empowering children regarding their participation and self-protection.

produced by: Keeping Children Safe | Link to page | Languages: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Nepali | Year: 2011



Toolbox

Materials for designing projects with a focus on children's rights

Materials for training and further education

Provide children and young people with an understanding of human rights in an age-appropriate manner

Standing up for children's rights - materials for public relations work

Promote children's participation in institutions such as kindergartens, schools and projects

Examples and guidelines for child protection concepts in organisations and projects