If you are a member of CSPN and are interested in attending an RTT this fall, please speak to your CSPN Primary Contact (formerly "gatekeeper").  We are sending surveys to all member organizations to gauge interest in holding an online RTT this October; please express your interest to your team lead asap, so we can have a more accurate picture of potential attendance.

**NEW Summer Webinar Series**   CSPN will be hosting a 9-Session Summer Series available to all CSPN members. These sessions will be hosted each week at a variety of times to give our global membership opportunities to participate. Join us on Monday, August 10, at 10:00AM Eastern Daylight Time for "Improving your Annual Child Safety Training" presented by Bronwen Coe (Black Forest Academy).

Click here to see the schedule and to register for our webinars.

Click here for the recordings and resources from past webinars.

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 Click here for a new COVID-19 resource from The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action. This document contains information to aid practitioners to better respond to the child protection risks of a COVID-19 pandemic.

The Child Safety and Protection Network

The Child Safety & Protection Network is a collaborative network of mission agencies, faith based NGOs and international Christian schools intentionally and strategically addressing the issues of child protection. The Network began in September 2006 and now has 111 organizations who are part of the network. 

Our Mission

The Child Safety and Protection Network supports the common desire of like-minded agencies and schools to provide safe and rich experiences for all children. Through this network, we are resolved to collaborate in our efforts to: 

  • Develop and deliver child safety education and curriculum
  • Share quality resources to promote child safety
  • Develop effective response and care protocols
  • Facilitate environments and forums for networking

*CSPN is a collaborative network of organizations working towards common child safety policies and is not a legal or welfare service. If you have a child safety report or concern, you need to contact legal counsel, the appropriate government authorities, or those responsible for child safety in your organization.