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From: Reveal toolkit: Children and youth

Tools addressing the welfare, protection, development, parenting and education of children and young people

People have different ideas on what is acceptable or unacceptable about caring for children. Their view often depends on their culture, background, knowledge or experience.

This activity encourages debate and discussion about child protection. It also helps people to understand the importance of communities and churches agreeing basic minimum standards for protecting children.

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