The intent of this third session is to clarify the necessity of a wider integration and connection among  cross-cutting elements and specialised policies for sustainable interventions of prevention and protection enabling a holistic approach to the person outside the emergency setting.

In relation to policies and strategies primarily developed to respond to certain categories of children, IMPACT aims to identify the relation between interventions dedicated to specific problems and specific categories of children with a transversal approach. This approach facilitates the identification of the most conducive elements to the effective and sustainable realizations of these interventions.

 Learning objectives for participants

  • To familiarise with the variety of all those dimensions able to link specific interventions and policies with their operational context in a more cross-cutting and holistic manner.
  • To use the analysis of this transversal connection better in order to enable the determination of the grade of effectiveness of the interventions in both, the prevention and protection fields.

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