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Kirrily Pells and Virginia Morrow - Young Lives7 Mar 2018

In this summative report from Young Lives, an international study of childhood poverty, authors Kirrily Pells and Virginia Morrow highlight the study’s key findings on violence affecting children, exploring what children say about violence, how it affects them, and the key themes that emerge from a systematic analysis of the children’s accounts from study countries of Ethiopia, India, Peru and Vietnam.

UNICEF5 Mar 2018

UNICEF is seeking an Individual consultant - Technical Assistance for supporting Child Protection and Social Work Services in Viet Nam. 

Global Social Service Workforce Alliance4 Mar 2018

The Global Social Service Workforce Alliance is seeking a national-level consultant for a mapping and assessment in Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Mongolia, and Vietnam.

UNICEF19 Feb 2018

UNICEF is seeking Technical Assistance for supporting Child Protection and Social Work Services.

Ann Marie Leshkowich - SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia21 Jul 2017

This article draws from three narratives of secret adoptions in Vietnam to further examine and analyze the complex nature and practices of domestic adoption in the country. 

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.

Ise Bosch, Eva-Maria Hilgarth, Sarah Blakemore, Amani Njogu, Nguyen Van Hue, Karin Demuth – Dreilinden1 Apr 2017

Dreilinden produced this working paper to improve practice in the area of *LGBTI children in care. This paper has texts in a variety of formats from around the world and contains three sections that cover research and tools, interviews, and practice examples.

Kirrily Pells & Virginia Morrow - Ending Violence in Childhood Global Report 2017. Know Violence in Childhood.1 Jan 2017

This brief paper highlights some of Young Lives key findings on violence affecting children, exploring what children say about violence, how it affects them, and the key themes that emerges from a systematic analysis of the children’s accounts.

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.

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