Social Service Workforce Strengthening

A strong social service workforce is critical to meeting the needs of children without adequate family care.  From government policy-makers, local administrators, researchers and social workers, to educators, community workers and care providers, social service actors play a key role in protecting girls and boys and promoting their care.

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The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action,

The Unaccompanied and Separated Children Training of Trainers (UASC TOT) course is designed to prepare participants to facilitate training on unaccompanied and separated children (UASC). This training reinforces participants’ understanding of the specific needs of UASC, highlight good practice in working with unaccompanied and separated children under a protection framework, and provide participants the opportunity to apply learning so they can roll out training on UASC within their own organisation and to other stakeholders.

European Social Network (ESN),

La presente sintesi del briefing “Costruire la resilienza dei servizi sociali attraverso la gestione della domanda” viene pubblicata a conclusione della riunione annuale 2023 del Gruppo di lavoro “Trasformazione e resilienza dei servizi sociali” d

European Social Network (ESN),

The demand for social care, support, and protection is rapidly increasing across Europe, driven by a variety of factors, such as demographic changes and increasing inequalities. This briefing from the European Social Network (ESN) examines this critical issue and identifies solutions to manage demand for social services, to plan and allocate their resources, both human and financial, to deliver high-quality outcomes that are tailored to the actual needs of persons seeking support.

European Social Network (ESN),

Niniejsze streszczenie sprawozdania pt. “Budowanie odporności w usługach społecznych poprzez zarządzanie popytem” publikowane jest jako wynik dorocznego spotkania grupy roboczej ds.

European Social Network (ESN),

This is the Executive Summary of the briefing ‘Building resilience in social services by managing demand’ published as an output of the 2023 annual meeting of the European Social Network ‘Social Services Transformation and Resilience’ Working Grou

European Social Network (ESN),

Este Resumen ejecutivo del informe “Fomento de la resiliencia en los servicios sociales mediante la gestión de la demanda” se publica como resultado de la reunión anual de 2023 del Grupo de trabajo sobre “Resiliencia y transformación de los servic

European Social Network (ESN),

Ce résumé du briefing “Renforcer la résilience des services sociaux en gérant la demande” est publié en tant que synthèse de la réunion annuelle 2023 du groupe de travail « Transformation et résilience des services sociaux » du Réseau Social Europ

Ropafadzai Mhizha, Abyshey Nhedzi,

This article explores the challenges of child and youth care workers (CYCWs) working with children in South Africa.

David Pålsson, Peter Andersson, Emelie Shanks, Stefan Wiklund,

In this article, the authors discuss residential staff in Sweden where residential care is part of the municipal child welfare system, which covers services targeting juvenile delinquency as well as other residential care services. Children and young people placed in Swedish residential care have diverse needs, from mainly supportive needs to advanced behavioral problems, and the field consists of open and secure residential care units.

UNICEF ESARO Regional Learning Platform,

This UNICEF ESARO webinar explores the role of case management in care reform and examines strategies for effective case management from Kenya, Ghana and Uganda.