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Social Protection and Childhood Violence

Expert Roundtable
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Author(s)

Sarah Cook; Naomi Neijhoft; Tia Palermo; Amber Peterman

 

Publication date: IRB_2016_11

Publication series:
Innocenti Research Briefs

No. of pages: 6

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Abstract

This Brief summarizes the proceedings of the Know Violence Roundtable examining the evidence on the role of social protection in reducing childhood violence hosted by UNICEF Office of Research – Innocenti, 12-13 May, 2016.

Available in:
English

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