Southeastern Asia

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MHPSS.net29 Jun 2017
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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.

Lisa Button - Save the Children Australia24 May 2017

This report examines current policy framework and practices in five countries, namely Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Australia and the Republic of Nauru.

Core Assets and the Nippon Foundation17 May 2017

This workshop provides a unique opportunity for regional practitioners to come together and share on adoption practice as well as reflect on current existing capacities in providing other ‘family-based alternatives’ for a child. 

L. Murray, T. Tran, V. V. Thang, L. Cass, J. Fisher - Child: care, health and development16 May 2017

This study aimed to describe caregivers' understandings of, and responses to, unsettled infant behaviours in Vietnam and their family caregiving contexts.

Lindsay Murdoch - Sydney Morning Herald8 May 2017

Claims of child sexual abuse and exploitation by foreign volunteers pressure Cambodia to crack down on orphanages.

Philippine Red Cross23 Apr 2017

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

Asadul Islam, Chandarany Ouch, Russell Smyth, Liang Choon Wang - Population and Development Review19 Apr 2017

This study investigates the intergenerational impact of conflict on the educational and health outcomes of children born years after the conflict in Cambodia ended by exploiting geographical variation in the intensity of the genocide that occurred during the Khmer Rouge (KR) regime in Cambodia.

Jo Timbuong - The Star Online12 Apr 2017

Man's rescue reveals a begging syndicate that exploits orphans.

Free Malaysia Today11 Apr 2017

NGO head states that he was abused in a government run orphanage and now has proof to act against his alleged perpetrators. 

Rohmatin Bonasir - BBC11 Apr 2017

This story from the BBC features Indonesia's left behind children.

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