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Georgette Mulheir - Huffington Post21 Dec 2017

This article from the Huffington Post was taken from a speech delivered by CEO of Lumos, Georgette Mulheir, in Bogotá, Colombia at the One Young World 2017 Summit in October. 

14 Dec 2017
Location: 
Geneva, Switzerland

The World Family Summit is an event organized by the World Family Organization, the United Nations Institute for Training and Research – UNITAR and the CIFAL Global Network, in partnership with the

World Travel Market London11 Dec 2017

This session of the World Travel Market in London focused on orphanage tourism and featured speakers from the Better Volunteering Better Care Initiative and other partners, including Save the Children, Friends International, Lumos, and People and Places.

International Committee of the Red Cross11 Dec 2017

According to data from the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), the number of families being separated by conflict, violence and natural disaster is at a five year high. 

MacArthur Foundation11 Dec 2017

In this video, Catholic Relief Services, Lumos, and Maestral International presented their project: Changing the Way We Care, a project aimed at ending the institutionalization of children.

3 Dec 2017

An inter-agency group, co-facilitated by Better Care Network and Save the Children, has developed a learning tool designed to enable national actors to determine the extent to which their country has effectively implemented the Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children and to identify the priorities for change still ahead. 

Innocenti1 Dec 2017

This research digest is the 8th in the series on adolescence. This edition focuses on protection from violence, health and development & learning. 

UBS Optimus Foundation & Child's i Foundation1 Dec 2017

In this video from Time for Global Action: Advancing the Sustainable Development Goals, Stephen Ucembe shares his experience of living in an orphanage and how institutionalization was detrimental to his development and wellbeing. 

Kate va Doore, Andrea Nave, Emmalene Travers - Global Study on Sexual Exploitation of Children in Travel and Tourism1 Dec 2017

This expert paper by Forget Me Not Australia was published as a part of the Global Study on Sexual Exploitation of Children in Travel and Tourism and it presents as a case study the story of the organization from its founding to its current work. 

Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children & Save the Children Sweden1 Dec 2017

This latest edition highlights the major achievements of 2017 – yet another big year in the journey to end all corporal punishment; it provides an update on the work of the Global Initiative, and looks forward to what is coming up in 2018. 

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