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2 The Child Protection Working Group (CPWG) is the global level forum for coordination on child protection in humanitarian settings. The group brings together NGOs, UN agencies, academics and others under the shared objective of ensuring more predictable, accountable and effective child protection responses in emergencies. In the humanitarian system, the CPWG constitutes an area of responsibility within the Global Protection Cluster.

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4 Acknowledgements ChildFund Child Soldiers International Columbia University Danish Refugee Council Geneva Call Handicap International ICRC International Rescue Committee Islamic Relief Worldwide International Labour Organization Keeping Children Safe Norwegian Refugee Council Plan International Save the Children SOS Children s Villages Terre des Hommes UNDPKO UNHCR UNICEF War Child Women's Refugee Commission World Vision International Funded by: Designed by: Suggested citation: 3

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6 Foreword Louise Aubin UNHCR Rashid Khalikov OCHA 5

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8 Table of ContentS

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12 INTRODUCTION

13 What is child protection in emergencies? 13

14 The international legal basis for child protection in emergencies

15 Four key principles set out by the CRC, and their relevance to humanitarian action: 15

16 How does child protection fit within humanitarian action? 16

17 What is the purpose of these standards? How do these standards link with the Sphere Project and other standards? 17

18 What does each standard contain? 18

19 Who are the standards intended for? 19

20 How were the standards developed and what are they based on? 20

21 What is meant by minimum standards, and what happens if they cannot be met? 21

22 How do I use the standards in my context? 22

23 At what stage of humanitarian action do the standards apply? 23

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25 PRINCIPLES AND APPROACHES PRINCIPLES AND APPROACHES

26 Principles and approaches The considerations in this section are key to the full application and attainment of the standards, and should be used and presented alongside the standards. Principles 1-4 are the Protection Principles in the Sphere child protection.

27 Principle 1: Avoid exposing people to further harm as a result of your actions 27

28 Principle 2: Ensure people s access to impartial assistance 28

29 Principle 3: Protect people from physical and psychological harm arising from violence and coercion Principle 4: Assist people to claim their rights, access available remedies and recover from the effects of abuse 29

30 Principle 5: Strengthen child protection systems 30

31 Principle 6: Strengthen children s resilience in humanitarian action 31

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33 STANDARDS

34 STANDARDS TO ENSURE A QUALITY CHILD PROTECTION RESPONSE Ensure a quality response

35 standards to ensure a quality child protection response These standards focus on key programming components, including: They do not aim to replace the existing policies and The standards that follow in the next section are related

36 STANDARD 1 COORDINATION standard 1 Standard Key actions 37

37 standard 1 38

38 standard 1 39

39 standard 1 MeasuremenT 40

40 Guidance notes 1. Responsibility for coordination: standard 1 3. Provider of last resort: 41

41 standard 1 5. Sensitive issues: 7. Global-level CPWG: 42

42 References standard 1 43

43 standard 2 STANDARD 2 Human resources Standard Key actions 44

44 standard 2 45

45 standard 2 MeasuremenT Guidance notes 3. Staff capacity: 46

46 4. Gender: standard 2 5. Disability: 47

47 standard 2 7. Capacity building: 9. Child protection policy: 10. Staff wellbeing: 48

48 References standard 2 49

49 standard 3 STANDARD 3 Communication, advocacy and media Standard Key actions 50

50 standard 3 51

51 standard 3 MeasuremenT 52

52 Guidance notes 1. Organizational guidance: standard 3 2. Building national capacity for advocacy: 4. Participation: 53

53 standard 3 54

54 References standard 3 55

55 standard 4 STANDARD 4 Programme cycle management UNDERSTAND learn know plan and implement analyse 56 Standard Key actions

56 standard 4 57

57 MeasuremenT standard Guidance notes 2. Coordination structure: 58

58 standard 4 5. Data disaggregation: 6. Inclusion: 59

59 standard 4 8. Life with dignity: 10. Ensuring the views of affected people, including children: 60

60 References standard 4 61

61 STANDARD 5 Information management standard 5 (1) (2) (3) Standard Key actions 62

62 standard 5 63

63 MeasuremenT standard 5 Guidance notes 1. Coordination: 64

64 standard 5 3. Security precautions: 65

65 standard 5 6. Mandatory Reporting: 66

66 standard 5 67

67 References standard 5 68

68 STANDARD 6 Child protection monitoring standard 6 Standard Key actions 69

69 standard 6 70

70 MeasuremenT standard 6 Guidance notes 1. Mapping: 71

71 standard 6 3. Coordination: 4. Training: 72

72 standard 6 73

73 standard 6 74

74 References standard 6 75

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76 STANDARDS TO address child protection needs Address needs

77 standards to address child protection needs areas of work and critical issues in child protection: groups

78 STANDARD 7 Dangers and injuries standard 7 Standard Key actions 79

79 standard 7 80

80 MeasuremenT standard 7 Guidance notes 1. Physical dangers and risks: 2. Data collection: 81

81 standard 7 82

82 5. Schools: standard 7 7. Survivor assistance: 83

83 References standard 7 84

84 STANDARD 8 Physical violence and other harmful practices standard 8 Standard Key actions 85

85 standard 8 86

86 MeasuremenT standard 8 Guidance notes 87

87 standard 8 4. Awareness: 6. Interviews: 88

88 7. Gender: standard 8 89

89 References standard 8 90

90 STANDARD 9 Sexual violence standard 9 Standard Key actions 91

91 standard 9 92

92 MeasuremenT standard 9 93

93 Guidance notes 1. Awareness: standard 9 2. Capacity building: 4. Code of conduct: 94

94 standard 9 8. Interviews: 9. Adolescents: 10. Children and adolescents with disabilities: 95

95 References standard 9 96

96 STANDARD 10 Psychosocial distress and mental disorders Standard standard 10 Key actions 97

97 standard 10 MeasuremenT 98

98 Guidance notes 1. Multi-layered supports: standard 10 intervention pyramid Examples 99

99 standard Early childhood: 100

100 7. Support to caregivers: 8. Monitoring wellbeing: standard

101 References standard

102 STANDARD 11 Children associated with armed forces or armed groups Standard standard 11 Key actions 103

103 standard

104 MeasuremenT standard 11 Guidance notes 1. Advocacy: 105

105 standard Release: 106

106 standard

107 standard Reintegration: 108

108 standard

109 References standard

110 STANDARD 12 Child labour standard 12 To be eliminated To be eliminated as a mater of urgency activities not to necessarily be eliminated 111

111 Standard Key actions standard

112 MeasuremenT standard 12 Guidance notes 113

113 standard Hazardous work: 3. Children who need targeted help: 114

114 5. Support provided to children: standard

115 References standard

116 STANDARD 13 Unaccompanied and separated children standard 13 Standard 117

117 A. Key actions - identification, documentation, tracing and reunification (IDTR) standard

118 standard

119 B. Key actions - alternative care standard

120 MeasuremenT standard

121 Guidance notes 1. First days: standard Coordination: 122

122 standard

123 standard Tracing: 124

124 10. Follow-up: standard

125 standard

126 References standard

127 STANDARD 14 Justice for children standard

128 Standard Key actions standard

129 MeasuremenT standard 14 Guidance notes 1. Deprivation of liberty: 130

130 3. Advocacy: standard

131 References standard

132 STANDARDS TO develop adequate child protection strategies Develop strategies

133 standards to develop adequate child protection strategies Standards in this area include the main child protection needs. As with all other standards, they are based on include standards relating to:

134 STANDARD 15 Case management standard 15 Standard 135

135 Key actions standard

136 standard

137 MeasuremenT standard 15 Guidance notes 2. Analysing what is possible: 138

138 4. Standard operation procedures (SOPs): standard Staff capacity: 139

139 7. Prioritising cases: standard Case plans: 140

140 10. Case conferences: 12. Closing a case: standard

141 References standard

142 STANDARD 16 Community-based mechanisms Standard Key actions standard

143 standard

144 MeasuremenT Guidance notes 1. External aid: 2. Ownership: standard

145 5. Capacity Building: standard Subgroups: 7. Messages: 146

146 9. Urban settings: 10. Funding: standard

147 References standard

148 STANDARD 17 Child-friendly spaces Standard standard 17 Key actions 149

149 standard

150 MeasuremenT Guidance notes 1. Appropriateness: standard

151 3. Age and gender sensitivity: standard Disability awareness: 5. Play: 6. Schools: 152

152 7. Parents: 8. Capacity building: 9. Monitoring: standard

153 References standard

154 STANDARD 18 Protecting excluded children Standard Key actions standard

155 standard

156 MeasuremenT Guidance notes standard

157 2. Identifying excluded children: standard Children with disabilities (CwD): 158

158 6. Children living and working on the streets (CLWS): 7. Children affected by HIV: standard

159 standard

160 References standard

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162 Standards to mainstream child protection in other humanitarian sectors Mainstream child protection

163 Standards to mainstream child protection in other humanitarian sectors Why should child protection be mainstreamed? Many threats to the safety and wellbeing of children can be of humanitarian aid in all other sectors. Furthermore, all sectors the immediate humanitarian response, all humanitarian sectors Mainstreaming child protection, or ensuring that child protection considerations inform all aspects of humanitarian action, helps to maximise the child protection impacts of exacerbated by programmes designed without proper mainstreaming child protection is part of compliance with the do no harm principle. What do these standards cover? assistance and child protection (for example, where support to parents is likely to mean that children are safer) as actions for other humanitarians, to ensure child protection

164 progress towards reaching the standards children. Who is responsible for ensuring children are protected? States are responsible for protecting children at all times, including in humanitarian crises. All humanitarian workers are responsible for ensuring that their actions do not bring children into risk in any way, and that the programmes they implement One important aspect of this is simply ensuring that all children as they are to adults. safety and wellbeing of those affected, including children. For a powerful effect in keeping children and parents together. role in water collection, as well as their other duties and needs, is thought through carefully from the start. These Standards focus mainstreaming child protection in the following sectors:

165 STANDARD 19 Economic recovery and child protection Standard Key actions standard

166 standard

167 MeasuremenT standard

168 Guidance notes 1. Structural barriers: standard Cash transfers: 170

169 5. Monitoring and evaluation: 8. Stereotyping: standard

170 References standard

171 STANDARD 20 Education and child protection Standard Key actions standard

172 standard

173 standard

174 MeasuremenT standard 20 Guidance notes 1. Flexibility, relevance and quality: 176

175 3. Equity: 4. Teachers and other education personnel: standard Abuse: 177

176 7. Attacks: 8. Messaging: standard

177 References standard

178 STANDARD 21 Health and child protection Standard Key actions standard

179 standard

180 standard

181 MeasuremenT Guidance notes standard

182 2. Medical reports: 3. Capacity building: standard Evacuation: 184

183 References standard

184 STANDARD 22 Nutrition and child protection Standard Key actions standard

185 standard

186 MeasuremenT standard

187 Guidance notes 1. Capacity building: standard

188 3. Infant feeding: standard Mother groups: 190

189 7. Social workers: standard

190 References standard

191 STANDARD 23 Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and child protection Standard Key actions standard

192 standard

193 MeasuremenT Guidance notes 1. Capacity building: 2. Messaging: standard

194 3. Water containers: 4. Age groups: standard

195 References standard

196 STANDARD 24 Shelter and child protection Standard Key actions standard

197 standard

198 MeasuremenT Guidance notes standard

199 3. Multi-disciplinary: 4. Capacity building: standard

200 References standard

201 STANDARD 25 Camp management and child protection Standard Key actions standard

202 standard

203 MeasuremenT Guidance notes 2. Focal points: standard

204 4. Equal access: 5. Site planning: standard Safety: 206

205 References standard

206 STANDARD 26 Distribution and child protection standard Standard Key actions

207 209 standard 26

208 MeasuremenT standard

209 Guidance notes 2. Monitoring: 3. Distribution: 4. Registration points: 211 standard 26

210 5. Separated children: 6. Targeted assistance: standard

211 References 213 standard 26

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213 Annexes and glossary ANNEXES AND GLOSSARY

214 ANNEXES Relevant legal instruments Global Regional Global 217

215 Regional 218

216 219

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218 GLOSSARY A Actors Accountability Age Children Adolescents Alternative care 221

219 I. II. III. IV. V. 222

220 C Capacity-building Child-friendly spaces (CFS) Child labour Cognitive 223

221 Coping Crisis 224 D Desk review Dignity Disability Disaggregated data

222 Disaster Disaster preparedness Disaster risk reduction Duty bearers E Early recovery 225

223 G Gender 226 H Hazard Hazardous work

224 I Internally displaced persons 227

225 International refugee law L Learners Life skills Livelihood 228

226 M Mitigation N P Participation Preparedness Prevention 229

227 Protection Psychosocial support Q Quality Qualitative and quantitative data 230 R Resilience Risk

228 S Safety Security Sex Stakeholder Sustainable 231

229 V Vulnerability 232 w Wellbeing

230 Acronyms and abbreviations AoR AXO BID CAAC CAAFAG CBCPM CBO CCM CFS CLMS CLWS CP CPiE CPIMS CPRA CPWG CRC CRPD CwD DDR DRR ECD ECOSOC ERW FTR GBV GBVIMS IA CP IMS IASC IAWG IAWG-UASC ICCPR ICRC IDP IDTR IMTF INEE INGO IOM IRC MARA 233

231 MBT MHPSS MoU MRM NFIs NGO NRCS OCHA OHCHR PFA PSS SeeP SOPs SRSG ToRs UASC UDHR UN UNAIDS UNFPA UNCHR UNICEF UNICEF CCC UXO WASH WCFL WWNK WWWW or 4W 234

232 INDEX

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235 CERF

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246 249

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256 Standards to ensure a quality child protection response Standard 1 Standard 2 Standard 3 Standard 4 Standard 5 Standard 6 Standards to address child protection needs Standards to develop adequate child protection strategies Standards to mainstream child protection IN OTHER HUMANITARIAN SECTORS Standard 7 Standard 15 Standard 19 Standard 8 Standard 16 Standard 20 Standard 9 Standard 17 Standard 21 Standard 10 Standard 11 Standard 18 Standard 22 Standard 23 Standard 12 Standard 24 Standard 13 Standard 25 Standard 14 Standard 26 The CPMS are recognised as a companion standard to The Sphere Project s Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Humanitarian Response

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