Developed by the Consortium for Street Children (CSC) streetchildrenresources.org is a free-to-use online library containing the largest collection of street children related research, reports and articles. A simple search function allows users to filter resources by topic and/or geography. Aimed at academics, practitioners, journalists and members of the public, resources can be read online or downloaded.
Our library is ever expanding. It is our aim for streetchildrenresources.org to become the ‘go-to’ place for information on street children. If you have authored a document, report or study that is relevant to street connected children and would like it to appear on this site, please upload it via the upload function (big red button, top right).
If you have any questions relating to the site, or are having difficulty sourcing or uploading a document, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
About our ‘Hubs’
Accessed via streetchildrenresources.org CSC’s Shared Learning Hub is a password protected portal, exclusive to CSC network members. The Shared Learning Hub enables CSC network members across the globe to share information, discuss key issues, and collaborate on shared areas of work. CSC’s Shared Learning Hub is sponsored by HSBC.
Accessed via streetchildrenresources.org CSC’s Research Hub is a password protected portal, exclusive to Members and Associates of CSC’s Research Forum. The Research Hub enables street children academics across the globe to discuss key issues, peer review documents and collaborate on research. CSC’s Research Hub is sponsored by Aviva.
Take a look at our video below explaining how to use the various features of the site:
The Consortium for Street Children (CSC) is the leading international network dedicated to realising the rights of street children worldwide.
We support and complement the work of our network members by focussing on four key strategic areas: Advocacy, Research, Shared Learning and Capacity Building.
The CSC network is continually expanding and we currently have over 80 network members working across 130 countries worldwide. Our network comprises small NGOs delivering grassroots work in-country, large international NGOs, multilateral agencies, academics, corporates and individuals, as well as affiliated groups of street children. You can find out more about CSC here.
Setting up groups
One of the main features of the Shared Learning Hub is the ‘Groups’ function, where network members can discuss various issues and topics, or work together on collaborative pieces of work. To request a group, simply fill out the form below and we’ll set it up for you.
In order to request or use groups on the resource library, you must be logged in.