World Vision at the 2021 ISPCAN International Congress
World Vision has been a proud contributor to the International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN) for many years.
More information about our 2021 presenters and their respective presentations can be found in the sections below.
General Child Protection and COVID-19
Presentation by Matthew Stephens of World Vision and Dr. Judith Bass and Dr. Tak Igusa of John Hopkins University.
Presentation by Phiona Koyiet of World Vision on MHPSS and COVID-19.
Adolescents and Child Participation
Presentation by Leen Decadt and Strala Rupa Mollick of World Vision.
Presentation on the implementation of First Aid Arts in World Vision Jordan programmes by Julia Smith-Brake, Khaled Mashaqbeh, and Teresa Wallace.
Presentation by Aimyleen Gabriel and Mike Kirakossian of World Vision, and Pia Vraalsen of Child Frontiers.
Presentation by Asrat Dibaba Tolossa, Julius Sarker, Melanie Gillespie, and Merydth Holt-McKenzie of World Vision.
Child Protection in Fragile and Conflict Contexts
Presentation by Bill Forbes, Gabriel Mukoloka, and Khaled Mashaqbeh of World Vision.
Our Child Protection Experts
Senior Child Protection Programme Adviser, World Vision UK
Chief of Party, ENRICH Program, World Vision Canada
Child Protection in Humanitarian Action Specialist, World Vision Lebanon
Operations Manager, World Vision Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo
Child Protection & Participation Global Sector Lead, World Vision International
Programme Effectiveness Advisor, World Vision Middle East & Eastern Europe Region
Senior Child Protection & Participation Technical Advisor, World Vision International
Senior Adolescent Programming Specialist, World Vision International
Senior Child Protection Technical Advisor, World Vision United States
Monitoring, Evaluation, Assessment, and Learning Advisor
Senior Child Protection & Participation Quality & Innovation Advisor, World Vision
Conflict and Fragility Senior Advisor, World Vision Australia
What Works to End Violence against Children: 7 things we have learned
Preventing and addressing violence against children is an urgent and complex task, but it is possible. Over the past five years, a strong evidence base has emerged around a number of interventions and a set of strategies that can effectively reduce and eradicate this problem. This report looks at seven key lessons we've learned while working to end violence against children.
A System's Approach to Child Protection
World Vision uses a systems approach to address root causes of violence against girls and boys by empowering key actors to work together to create a protective environment that cares for and supports all children, especially the most vulnerable.