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Emily Smith Goering & Terry V. Shaw - Child Abuse and Neglect1 Jun 2017

This study examined the odds of reentry across multiple common permanency types for a cohort of 8107 children who achieved permanency between 2009 and 2013.

Emily Smith Goering, Terry V. Shaw - Child Abuse & Neglect1 Jun 2017

This study examined the odds of reentry across multiple common permanency types for a cohort of 8107 children who achieved permanency between 2009 and 2013. 

Global Social Service Workforce Alliance24 May 2017
Location: 
Washington DC

The Global Social Service Workforce Alliance hosts an Annual Symposium to bring attention to data and trends affecting the social service workforce, a key component of the health workforce th

The Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law's Anti-Torture Initiative19 May 2017
Location: 
Conference Room VII, United Nations Headquarters

On 19 may 2017, The Center for Human Rights & Humanitarian Law's Anti-Torture Initiative will host the launch of Protecting Children against Torture in Detention: Global Solutions for a Global Problem.  The event will be held in Conference Room VII in United Nations Headquarters, New York, USA.

ChildTrends12 May 2017

Child Trends is looking for a Research Scientist to join its Child Welfare research area which focuses on issues such as prevention of maltreatment, child protection, reunification, court oversight, foster care, kinship care, adoption, and youth leaving foster care. 

International Rescue Committee11 May 2017

International Rescue Committee is seeking a Regional Coordinator, Unaccompanied Children for its New York office.  

Catholic Relief Services7 May 2017

Catholic Relief Services seeks Child Protection and Alternative Care Senior Technical Advisor for its Baltimore, Maryland office.

 

Daisy Lemus, Susan P. Farruggia, Gary Germo, Esther S. Chang - Children and Youth Services Review5 May 2017

This study focuses on the plans, goals, and concerns of foster care youth prior to leaving care. Participants were 179 pre-emancipated youth between the ages of 17 and 20 years old (M = 17.82, SD = 0.79) from a large metropolitan area in Southern California.

Katrin Križ, Dakota Roundtree-Swain - Children and Youth Services Review 4 May 2017

The aim of this study is to show young people's feelings about their experiences with participation in decision-making in public care in the United States.

Michael J. MacKenzie, Ph.D., M.S.W., Emily Bosk, Ph.D., L.M.S.W., and Charles H. Zeanah, M.D. - The New England Journal of Medicine3 May 2017

This perspective piece, published in the New England Journal of Medicine in the United States offers an opinion regarding the separation of children from their families due to immigration policies in the U.S.

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