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Child protection from violence, exploitation and abuse

INSPIRE Indicator Guidance and Results Framework

Ending Violence Against Children: How to define and measure change




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In July 2016, a partnership of ten international agencies launched INSPIRE: Seven strategies for ending violence against children; a set of evidence-based strategies for preventing and responding to violence against children. The INSPIRE package responded to growing recognition among the international community that violence against children is a global public health and human rights issue that required urgent attention from governments, donors, international organizations, non- governmental organizations and local communities and across multiple sectors.

This INSPIRE Indicator Guidance and Results Framework is designed to help governments and non-governmental organizations monitor progress and track change over time as they implement the INSPIRE strategies. This publication includes a results framework and a set of core indicators, as well as detailed guidance on how to define and measure these indicators to monitor changes across sites and over time. UNICEF led a collaborative process with INSPIRE partner agencies to develop the results framework and indicators. The INSPIRE Indicator Guidance and Results Framework is intended to be used in conjunction with the INSPIRE Handbook: Action for implementing the seven strategies, developed by partners under the leadership of WHO to provide detailed programming guidance for implementation of the INSPIRE strategies. 

For further information, please contact: pubdoc@unicef.org

Related links:

INSPIRE: Seven strategies for ending violence against children

INSPIRE: Handbook for action for implementing the seven strategies

 

 
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