IAP BOOK SERIES

Research in Global Child Advocacy

This book series undertakes an exploration of the interrelationships among global policies, research, and practices, analyzing the effects of these policies on programs, practitioners, children, and families. Each book considers frameworks and factors that influence policy development, implementation, and evaluation. The series highlights evidence-based approaches to advance advocacy efforts for the benefit of children and their families within and across various ecological contexts. Topics include global perspectives on children's rights, the protection of children from trauma and maltreatment, multidisciplinary collaborative partnerships to promote child well being, as well as practice and policy initiatives that address individual characteristics, systemic barriers, cultural beliefs, and societal trends associated with violence, trauma, and abuse.

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