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The RISE Learning Project is facilitating learning on Recovery and Reintegration (R&R) approaches that improve outcomes for children and adolescents affected by sexual exploitation (CSE). One of our methods to achieve this is through the implementation of learning projects: these are small reflective practice projects which allow practitioners on the ground to undertake a piece of work, learn together with peers and share their experiences with the wider community of practice. Read More
2016-01-28 • Jade
If we were to implement a learning project on the topic of learning from survivors and their role as peer supporters, experts and advocates in improving practice and policy, with a particular focus on shame, stigma, acceptance, and community integration, what would be the best possible methods or approaches to take? Read More
2016-01-07 • Jade
With respect to influencing policy on recovery and (re)integration from child sexual exploitation, what would be the key issues to be highlighted and advanced in your local/national context, when conducting advocacy work with policy makers? Read More
What do you feel is most needed to improve practice on recovery and (re)integration from CSE, through joint learning and collaboration, regionally or in your national/local context? Read More
Protection against Human Trafficking – How is That Done?
Lopa • January 18th, 2017 • News
Silent Suffering: The Psychosocial Impact of War, HIV and other High-Risk Situations on Girls and Boys in West and Central Africa
Jade • December 14th, 2015 • Resources
The National Plan of Action Against Sexual Exploitation of Children in Kenya (2013 – 2017)
Jade • November 24th, 2015 • Resources