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ICP has a research division that works to identify and address data and evidence gaps in child protection-related issues through primary and secondary research, public engagement and outreach.

Over the years of intervening in cases of child protection both on the ground and at the policy level, ICP realised the dearth of on-ground research on issues of child protection. To address this gap, ICP has developed an in-house research team that works exclusively on child rights, child exploitation, and issues related to children.


The research studies are focused on identifying and researching on the most affected yet most unexplored issues impacting children. The researches help in highlighting the policy gaps, the needs, and the possible solutions to help protect children across the country.

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