The intent of this session is to underline that each protective intervention should be developed with the awareness that each social context can either facilitate or encumber it.
Once clarified that the dimensions involved are different (quantitative, qualitative, mediation, coordination, legislative and economic), the session specifies that every intervention centred on the child should consider thoroughly all these dimensions, with the final aim of undertaking a successful intervention notwithstanding the adverse imposed conditions. The actions implied in prevention and protection strategies are influenced and defined by systemic dimensions which can facilitate the setting up or strengthening them. The analysis of these dimensions enables the adaptation of interventions and strategies throughout the evaluation and analysis of facilitating or impeding elements. The link between micro and macro levels represents the essential dimension for the positioning of the intervention and for locating it in a more comprehensive framework of action.
Learning objectives for participants:
® 2012-2013 IMPACT
Improving and Monitoring Protection Systems
Against Child Trafficking and Exploitation