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upgrade your password
by Leonie Meijerink - Thursday, 9 March 2017, 12:46 PM
 

Dear users of the War Child e-learning portal,

This platform has been upgraded to the latest version (Moodle 3.2) on 8th March 2017. As you may notice, the look & feel has improved. However you may find your password is not working. 

Due to a change in the structure of the admin data base you will need to update your password. You can do this by using the Forgotten your username or password? function on the Login page.  

If you experience any other issues related to the upgrade, please contact leonie.meijerink@warchild.nl 


 
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DISCUSSION: Specialist or generalist Child Protection programming?
by Noemi Gerber - Thursday, 1 March 2012, 1:23 PM
 

Should WCH be a specialist or generalist Child Protection organisation?

 

Any thoughts? Everyone is invited to join this discussion.

(See the summary of the Child Rights lunch meeting #3 [attached] for some initial thoughts and discussions on this)

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DISCUSSION: Typical WCH Child Protection project?
by Noemi Gerber - Thursday, 1 March 2012, 1:15 PM
 

In your view, ideally what would a typical WCH Child Protection project look like?

 

Any thoughts? Everyone is invited to join this discussion.

(See the summary of the Child Rights lunch meeting #3 for some initial thoughts and discussions on this)

 
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Reminder: Child Rights lunch meeting #3
by Noemi Gerber - Monday, 20 February 2012, 7:43 PM
 

Our third (and last) Child Rights lunch meeting will take place on Tuesday, 28 February, 12.30-13.30 (NL time) (Yellow and Red meeting rooms)

The meeting will focus on these units: Violence against children; Children in armed conflict; National protection of children. We would also encourage you...

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DISCUSSION ON INCLUSION
by Noemi Gerber - Monday, 13 February 2012, 12:38 PM
 

How can we better integrate an inclusive approach in our programmes?

 

Any thoughts? Everyone is invited to join this discussion.

(See the summary of the Child Rights lunch meeting #2 [attached] for some initial thoughts and discussions on inclusion)