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Keeping children safe from violence, neglect and exploitation
Child Protection Resource Pack
References to support government, policy makers, and other stakeholders in advancing child protection in Indonesia
Child protection during the COVID-19 pandemic
Reducing child protection risks during COVID-19
Children take over on National Children’s Day
Children met with decision makers on National Children’s Day to voice their concerns and expectations during the COVID-19 pandemic
5 ways to help keep your child’s online experiences positive
How to keep your child safe online while stay at home during the COVID-19 outbreak
The State of Children in Indonesia
Trends, Opportunities and Challenges for Realizing Children’s Rights
Inviting Families To Play Active Role, TikTok Launches Family Pairing Feature
Tips for teachers to prevent bullying
Learn tips for teachers to prevent bullying
How to talk to your children about bullying
Tips on how to start a conversation with your children about bullying.
Despite significant increase in birth registration, a quarter of the world’s children remain ‘invisible’ – UNICEF
Proportion of registered births increased almost 20 per cent over past decade, yet 166 million children under-five have never been officially recorded
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