South & Central Asia

Experiences of Peer Bullying among Adolescents and Associated Effects on Young Adult Outcomes: Longitudinal Evidence from Ethiopia, India, Peru and Vietnam

Posted By: • February 28th, 2017

Being bullied has been found to have a significant impact on children’s physical and mental health, psychosocial well-being and educational performance, with lasting effects into adulthood on health, well-being and lifetime earnings. Little is known about bullying in low- and middle-income countries, however. Read More

Webinar on Using the Integration Status Tool for M&E Reintegration

Contributed by a member of the RISE Community • October 24th, 2016

Tim Joel is an economist with an M.A. in Demography. He has more than 7 years of progressive employment and consultancy experience working for international organizations. Mr. Joel’s methodological experience spans experimental survey designs, conventional qualitative content analysis, and statistical analysis. Read More

Child Online Protection in India

Contributed by a member of the RISE Community • October 6th, 2016

UNICEF commissioned the assessment of child online protection in India to better understand the online risks faced by children, to identify gaps in legislation, to ensure removal of harmful online materials, to support investigation and law enforcement and to identify services for child victims of online exploitation and abuse. The aim of the study was to identify priority interventions for the Government, Information and Communication Technologies companies, non-governmental organizations and international agencies. The study provides a comprehensive overview of the current situation of child online safety based on the available data. It is a resource that should help any organization working on various aspects of child online protection to enhance their awareness of existing gaps and understand where to improve their own interventions and where to strengthen collaboration and coordination with other stakeholders. Read More

Webinar on M&E of Reintegration by Jade T-Menson

Posted By: • October 5th, 2016

Considerable attention and resources have been targeted at the reintegration of different groups of children over the years, yet rigorous evaluations of these interventions are rare and it is not always clear what lessons are being learnt. When evaluations do take place, the focus tends to be on whether the programme objectives were achieved, rather than on whether the activities benefited the child or how and why they made a positive impact. Read More

Webinar on Monitoring and Evaluation – Why we need M&E of Reintegration (Spanish with English subtitles)

Posted By: • October 2nd, 2016

Considerable attention and resources have been targeted at the reintegration of different groups of children over the years, yet rigorous evaluations of these interventions are rare and it is not always clear what lessons are being learnt. When evaluations do take place, the focus tends to be on whether the programme objectives were achieved, rather than on whether the activities benefited the child or how and why they made a positive impact. Read More

Is this Protection?

Contributed by a member of the RISE Community • August 26th, 2016

Analysing India’s Approach to the Rescue and Reintegration of the Children Trafficked for Labour Exploitation Read More