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The Place of Intersection - Research Report

Participatory research to update and align our cross-cutting Issue approaches. In 2016, Terre des Hommes Netherlands identified 4 issues relevant to her work. These issues cut across all areas of our organisation’s work and as such, we called them the cross-cutting issues (CCIs); namely Child Participation, Inclusion of children with disabilities, Gender mainstreaming and Minimum standards for alternative care. After 5 years of implementation, it is necessary to review how our cross-cutting issue approaches have been integrated into our work and draw key lessons for future programming. 

This report is about how we can improve our work to protect children better.

How can we improve our work to protect children better?

This report is about how we can improve our work to protect children better. We want to make sure that children are listened to. We also want to show that all children, no matter how different they are (boy, girl, other gender, ability) should be included and protected.

Family is very important to children, however, some children do not have parents or their own families, but they too need to be protected so that they are safe. If this is not done, many children will be at risk of exploitation.

We spoke with 44 children and 39 community members to understand what the obstacles are with protecting children and what kind of work Terre des Hommes Netherland is doing, and what we can do better in the future.

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