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  • Gender-based Violence Against Children and Youth with Disabilities Toolkit

    A Toolkit for Child Protection Actors

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    A toolkit to develop staff capacity for disability inclusion, to identify gender-based violence needs among children and youth with disabilities, and to involve these young people in planning and implementing activities.

    This participatory toolkit for child protection, GBV prevention and response, and youth engagement was designed for humanitarian and development staff to:

    • develop their capacity for disability inclusion
    • identify gender-based violence prevention and response needs among children and youth with disabilities
    • involve these young people in planning and implementing activities

    Young people with disabilities have much to contribute to programming, but are rarely invited to contribute their insights, knowledge, skills and capacities.

    Children and youth with disabilities are frequently hidden in communities, overlooked by humanitarian programs, and excluded from school and other opportunities. Adolescents with disabilities, particularly those with intellectual disabilities, are often excluded from peer networks that might protect them as well as activities that increase their knowledge about violence, sex, and healthy relationships.

    Part 1: Principles and Guidelines

    How to include children and youth with disabilities in GBV programming

    Part 2: Capacity Development Tools for Staff

    Part 3: Participatory Assessment Tools for Children and Youth

    How to gather information about GBV concerns and to foster children's participation in community programs

    Part 4: Communication Toolbox

    Help children and youth communicate their ideas and knowledge

    This toolkit was developed in partnership between ChildFund and the Women’s Refugee Commission.

    • Modified: Thursday, October 12, 2017
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