Community for Children's Rights
CCR's purpose is to equip city councils, schools, community groups and social workers to resolve the moral dilemmas that they face when trying to protect children from violence. CCR conducts research, designs interventions that transform people’s mindsets, builds a community of protectors, equips young people to break cycles of violence, and helps local authorities to govern in the interests of children.
Worldview of protectors, by Dr. Kate McAlpine
THE NATIONAL PLAN OF ACTION STUDY
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Councillor Connect is a hotline that enables councilors to demonstrate that they are responsive leaders. This hotline uses a text messaging service to enable councilors in Arusha to communicate directly with citizens, demonstrate that they are solving social problems, and to make informed decisions about how to allocate public resources, because they know how great demand for a service is.
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Dr. Kate McAlpine
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ARUSHA CITY COUNCIL
CCR partners with the Arusha City Council in an endeavor to prevent violence, protect victims, and to connect councillors to citizens.
CCR supports CDTFN to integrate child protection into their programming with young children, to enable community members to identify their child protection priorities, and to facilitate ward development committees to develop costed child protection plans for inclusion into district budgets.
CHILDREN IN CROSSFIRE
Children in Crossfire has funded CCR to develop child protection solutions [link], to provide child protection training to its partners, and to develop a community dialogue process that enables constituents to identify and obtain finance for their child protection priorities.
DOING THE RIGHT THING
DTRT is Dr McAlpine’s UK based social enterprise and collaborates with CCR to research the shifting dynamics of social change in Tanzania.
WORLDWIDE NETWORK FOR GENDER EMPOWERMENT
Fielding Graduate University brings together global members committed to research, collaboration, and action in support of women’s and gender issues. WNGE works with CCR’s initiative to equip young people to break cycles of violence [link] by bringing technical expertise to the research design.
HOPE FOR HOMES
Hope for Home partners with CCR as part of a wider Sub-Saharan initiative “Transform” to end the institutional care of children in Africa.
Kids Rights INDEX
The KidsRights Index is the annual global index which ranks how countries adhere to and are equipped to improve children’s rights.
MAARIFA NI UFUNGUO
CCR supports Maarifa to integrate child protection into their programming with young children, to enable community members to identify their child protection priorities, and to facilitate ward development committees to develop costed child protection plans for inclusion into district budgets.
MAKING ALL VOICES COUNT
Making All Voices COunt is funding CCR to work with the Arusha City Council to address the issue of violence against children through the perspective of democratic governance. The project involves developing and trialling a tool that gives the City Council information that enables it to plan for and deliver responsive child protection services for victims. The tool will help CCR to communicate popular demand for child protection services to councilors, and to track the council's performance in relation to their own child protection targets.
Oak Foundation has supported CCR since its inception to develop as an organization, to facilitate the development of child protection services in Arusha, and to build our community of protectors.
SAVE THE CHILDREN
Save the Children partnered with CCR in 2016 to consult with almost 12,000 women, children, and CSOs to find out about their experience of violence and their recommendations for change.
CCR supports TAHEA to integrate child protection into their programming with young children, to enable community members to identify their child protection priorities, and to facilitate ward development committees to develop costed child protection plans for inclusion into district budgets.
THE TANZANIA CHILD RIGHTS FORUM
The Tanzania Child Rights Forum collaborates with CCR and its other members to push the child protection agenda in Tanzania.
THE FOUNDATION FOR TOMORROW
CCR trained teachers who work with TFFT in the basics of child protection and child development; thereby enhancing their ability to make decisions that are in the best interests of children.
CCR and Yes are collaborating on a project to access opportunities that enhance their ability to be positive role models, and to break cycles of violence.