Child Safety & Protection

Sharing Wisdom from around the Globe

Customized training programs for child safety workers informed by the lived experiences of children and their families

Resilience in Trauma

Emergency response for families and children in Beirut in times of trauma

Creating safety through neuro-emotional regulation nurtures wellbeing in children which supports their psychosocial and developmental needs.

Capacity Building

Enabling parents and teachers to sensitively respond to children’s psychological and emotional needs

Our culturally sensitive training programs enable parents and teachers to use the “connect-and-protect body-brain” responses to facilitate the ongoing needs of children through their natural development

OUR PROGRAMS

This professional course empowers child protection workers through interactive training and practical toolkits to fulfill the psychosocial needs of children and their families.

For social and community workers, and child protection organizations.
Ever wanted an undo button for life? Benefit from the wisdom of ‘Pausing’, an age-old technique that will give you better control over “fate”.

For anyone looking to change the way they live their life.
Focusing through Interactive Pausing began as a targeted intervention for behaviour management of students, within the classroom setting in DEIS ( Delivering Equality of opportunity in schools) in primary schools in Ireland.

A skill based intervention training for teachers to develop emotional resilience in the classroom
Structured around our Safe Zone Model, this beginner level child protection course will facilitate you in enabling children to ‘feel safe’ at home, and in the community.

For parents, teachers, child care givers, and anyone interested in children’s safety.
Enabling frontline workers and ground staff to respond to the needs of children and their families in the aftermath of an emergency.

For parents, social workers, teachers, anyone interested in children’s safety.
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We can all play our part in giving our children a nurturing environment no matter where they are in the world. 

Donate, buy a gift, or volunteer for this cause. Choose how you would like to become a part of a global movement to support child safety and wellbeing by building capacity among parents, teachers, and social workers.

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Who are we?

We are parents and professionals from different corners of the world who have come together on a one point agenda: putting children first and foremost in all policy-making and life decisions. 

Children are all the good there is in the world and as adults, we do not have a choice but to give them the best opportunity at life. We stand for care, wellbeing, betterment, for the child’s holistic needs: physical, psychological, emotional, intellectual, moral, spiritual, and social.

How can you help?

“It takes a village to raise a child”. – African proverb

We have a shared responsibility to develop a nurturing environment for children in their families and communities. Donate, buy a gift, or give time to this cause… You are in control to decide how you would like to support an agenda for children’s safety and wellbeing by building capacity among parents, teachers, and social workers.

Perhaps an angelic gift for a loved one?

Children of the world, unite!

A virtual art gallery depicting children’s artistic expressions of inner self and imagined safe place.

10-year-old, My House of Emotions
Anger, disappointment, fear, depression, and sadness arrive in my house of emotions and sometimes, I find it hard to manage them. Pausing helps me add balloons to my house, which lets the bright sunshine fall on the emotions and they get a lot of space in my tummyand head.
10-year-old, Feeling Tree
I hold my feelings in the trunk of this tree and sadness, anger, and unhappy feelings are like leaves which get blown away by the wind. It gives me so much more space inside to breathe.
10-year-old, Feeling Hand
This is my hand letting go of all the feelings which I imagine as these balloons. I imagine myself letting them go and it makes me feel so happy.
12-year-old, Feeling School Bag
This school bag holds a mixture of my feelings and I carry them inside every day. Sometimes they make my bag very heavy and I pause and take them out to have more space inside me and concentrate better in school.
10-year-old, My Washing Machine
My tummy is like a washing machine and sometimes hard emotions take over and go round and round in my tummy in 360 degrees. I am learning to pause to clear out these feelings in the washing machine of my tummy.
10-year-old, Chart of Emotions
Feelings like sadness, anger, and the sense of being lost are like clouds which are full of water and want to burst. When they rain, it is when I cry and then I can feel a rainbow inside me of happiness, generosity, positivity and happiness. Crying helps clear these strong feelings and I can feel the bright-coloured rainbow inside me.
11-year-old, Globe of Emotions
My feelings are like different countries on a globe. These countries grow big and small depending on what is happening in my life. Some feelings move and float in and out from the edge of my world and that is how I feel in my tummy.
10-year-old, My Book of Emotions
My emotions are like chapters in a book. Positive emotions send rainbow colors and positive feelings from my head into my next. Hard feelings are like fish struggling in a bowl.
12-year-old, Balloon of Emotions
This is my happy air balloon and the reason why it is able to fly is because I have added all my negative feelings to it. The more bad feelings I add, the higher it can go and that increases my happiness many times.
11-year-old, My Emotional Balloons
I put all my negative feelings in a balloon and off they go into the air. They float away and I feel so happy because I am able to pause and manage my feelings.
11-year-old, My Cactus Tree
Cactus is prickly and sharp and it is hard to get anything off from it if it gets stuck. I want to stick my bad feelings to a cactus so I can get a break from them. That way I will be free inside.
11-year-old, Globe of Emotions
My feelings are like different countries on a globe. These countries grow big and small depending on what is happening in my life. Some feelings move and float in and out from the edge of my world and that is how I feel in my tummy.
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Our Partners

Our work is based on collaboration with a range of local partners, including government and non-government organizations, and community groups. Our approach is driven by local-global partnerships to achieve a shared objective: Putting children first!

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