Southeastern Asia

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MHPSS.net29 Jun 2017
Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium

2017 Singapore Conference on Applied Psychology (SCAP 2017), organized by East Asia Research and supported by Hong Kong Shue Yan University and Singapore University of Technology and Design will be held in the cosmopolitan city of Singapore.

Philippine Red Cross23 Apr 2017

Philippine Red Cross is seeking a Child Protection Officer for its Metro Manila office.

Marjan Mohammadzadeh, Hamidin Awang, Hayati Kadir Shahar, Suriani Ismail – Community Mental Health Journal18 Mar 2017

This study aimed to assess the prevalence and risk factors of depression, anxiety, stress and low self-esteem among institutional Malaysian adolescents.

World Vision International18 Mar 2017

World Vision International is in search of a Child Protection Manager to support World Vision Lao PDR’s strategic goal to bring change in the lives of children in Laos, particularly to ensure that children are protected and participate in development programs.

Asia Pacific Regional Network for Early Childhood1 Mar 2017
Cambodia, Siem Reap (Angkor Wat)

The theme is “The transformative power of Early Childhood Development (ECD): The importance of holistic interventions” with three sub-themes covering (i) policies and programmes; (ii) equitable access and participation; and (iii) quality monitoring.

MSF Singapore18 Nov 2016

In this video celebrating 60 years of fostering in Singapore, Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) features a family who has been fostering for approximately 16 years.

UNICEF30 Oct 2016

UNICEF is seeking a consultant to contribute to the UNICEF Cambodia Child Protection Programme with a particular focus on supporting the Child Protection team

Laura A. Voith, Joan Marie Blakey - Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma27 Oct 2016

Employing focus groups and participant-observation, this exploratory study examined areas of personal development, knowledge, and skills of young women who were formally in residential care in the Philippines to determine success factors for young women with traumatic histories.  

Recthie T. Paculba – Philippine Information Agency17 Oct 2016

This article from the PIA notes that the Regional Juvenile Justice and Welfare Committee-10 (RJJWC) is set to present a resolution on forging commitments from local government units to support children at risk and children in conflict with the law.

The Guardian4 Oct 2016

In this article from the Guardian, Do Duy Vi, a former street child himself, shares how he he seeks out vulnerable young people in Vietnam’s capital in the hopes of offering them shelter and a new beginning.