The CPC Learning Network convenes academics, policymakers, and practitioners to promote innovative research, nurture communities of learning, and build the next generation of researchers and advocates for children and families worldwide. CPC develops innovative tools and methodologies to better measure children’s care, protection, and welfare. These methods and tools range from program-level evaluations to broader research methods focused at the policy level. In generating such evidence, the CPC Learning Network also advocates at multiple levels to ensure the inclusion of such evidence in the development and implementation of policies and programs that allow children to thrive.
Throughout these processes, they build capacity to strengthen the protection, care, and welfare of children through research and advocacy training and mentorships with academics, practitioners, and policymakers throughout the network. The CPC Learning Network has also supported the development of child protection and family welfare curricula for integration into university settings in settings around the globe, from Sri Lanka to Liberia to Uganda. The CPC Learning Networks facilitates the sharing and dissemination of knowledge through bi-annual conferences, regularly webinars, and country-level learning events. They also publish monthly newsletters and organise symposia.