The International Child Protection Network Canada (ICPNC) was established in January 2013 as a result of international child-centered organizations and individuals coming together based on a shared interest and commitment to increasing the effectiveness of Child Protection programming.
The Network brings a spirit of collaboration, commitment to child protection and believes Canada can play a leading role in advancing children’s rights and child protection.
Members of the Network represent international child-centered development organizations, academics and experts working in the field of child protection, child rights and international development. ICPNC Members collaborate on position/policy papers and create space for rich dialogues, ultimately to advance the child protection agenda.The Steering Group provides guidance and strategic direction to the entire network and highlights critical opportunities to leverage
The Steering Group provides guidance and strategic direction to the entire network and highlights critical opportunities to leverage experience and make impact on wide-ranging child protection issues. ICPNC has four Working Groups:
- Policy Engagement
- Child Safeguarding
- Children’s Participation
- Monitoring and Evaluation
The ICPNC is committed to making a tangible difference in the lives of the world’s most vulnerable children.