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Jamie Dettmer - Voice of America News12 Jan 2019

"No one is sure about how many migrant children are living in Spain without their parents — and that's part of the problem," says this article from Voice of America.

Barbara Torres‐Gomez, Itziar Alonso‐Arbiol, Miriam Gallarin - Journal of Research on Adolescence31 Oct 2018

This study examined adopted adolescents’ levels of attachment security to parents and aggressiveness as compared to those of community nonadopted adolescents and of clinical nonadopted adolescents.

Salas, María D.; Bernedo-Muñoz, Isabel Maria; Fernández-Baena, Francisco Javier; García-Martín, Miguel Ángel; Fuentes-Rebollo, María Jesús - Repositorio Institucional Universidad de Málaga23 Oct 2018

The present study analyzes the opinions of birth families, foster families and social workers responsible for supervising contact visits regarding the benefits and problems associated with contact visits.

Alba Águila‐Otero, Carla González‐García, Amaia Bravo, Susana Lázaro‐Visa, Jorge F. del Valle - International Journal of Social Welfare9 Oct 2018

The main goal of this article was to explore the correlates of mental health diseases in a sample of 169 children with intellectual disability (6–18 years old) in residential care in Spain compared with a group of 625 children, also in residential care but without disability.

Florence Treyvaud Nemtzov, Kruno Topolski, Zuleima Reyes Tacoronte - SOS Children’s Villages International1 Oct 2018

This publication from SOS Children's Villages and CELCIS describes the two-year project 'Prepare for Leaving Care,' which aimed to "embed a child rights based culture into child protection systems which improves outcomes for children and young people in particular in the preparation for leaving care," with youth participation at the heart of all activities.

Carmen Paniagua, Jesús Palacios, Jesús M. Jiménez-Morago, Francisco Rivera - Research on Social Work Practice3 Aug 2018

The two goals of this article from the Special Issue on Adoption Breakdown of the journal of Research on Social Work Practice are the analysis of the duration of adoptive placements ending in breakdown and the role of age at placement in the breakdown experience in Spain.

Jesús M. Jiménez-Morago, Esperanza León, Cecilia Algeciras - Children and Youth Services Review29 Jul 2018

The main purpose of this paper is to explore non-kin foster carers' sense of parental competence and analyze its determinants and predictors in non-kin foster families.

María J Fuentes, Isabel M Bernedo, María D Salas, Miguel A García-Martín - International Social Work22 May 2018

This study analyzes the opinions of foster families and social workers regarding the benefits and problems associated with contact visits.

Tatiana Eremenko & Amparo González‐Ferrer - Population, Space and Place20 May 2018

In this paper, the authors examine the reunification patterns of children left‐behind by parents who migrated to France and Spain in order to understand whether children from standard two‐parent families differ in their chances of joining their migrant parents in the destination country compared to children in non‐standard families (single parent and blended families), as well as the potential role of immigration policies on these chances.

Victoria Hidalgo, Lucía Jiménez, Víctor Grimaldi, Lara Ayala-Nunes, Isabel López-Verdugo - Children and Youth Services Review20 Apr 2018

This study analyzed the impact of a novel child day-care program on children's quality of life, adjustment and development, and explored the moderating role of different child and family dimensions on the program's impact.