Events Archive


Join ECDAN for an upcoming webinar to discuss strategies to put children at the center of climate action.

World Health Organization (WHO), End Corporal Punishment, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC),

Time: 7:00 AM - 7:50 AM EDT

Please mark your calendars for a unique side event hosted by World Health Organization (WHO), End Corporal Punishment and United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).

Institute for Professional Development,

The Institute for Professional Development (IPD) at Long Island University, Brooklyn announces its second annual colloquium The Psychological Impact of Displacement: Intervention, Research, and Policy Implications. This remote colloquium will be held on May 17, 2024 from 10 am to 12 pm.

Georgetown University Collaborative on Global Children's Issues,

This webinar aims to create space for reflection on how child rights, parental rights, and family values intersect within faith communities and in public discourse.

Catholic Care for Children,

Do you work in a children’s home and have wondered whether moving children to family care is possible? Join Sisters worldwide to explore WHY children need families and HOW your program can safely move children to family care.   

Social Work History Network,

This international webinar explores ‘The Origins of Social Care and Social Work’ (Policy Press, 2022) in which Professor Mark Henrickson (Auckland, New Zealand) argues that European and North American notions of helping – or managing – poor and marginalised people have deep roots in religious texts and traditions which continue to influence contemporary social work.


The PACE parenting approach was developed by Dr Dan Hughes for parents and carers of children who are adopted or live in foster or kinship care families. PACE stands for Playfullness, Acceptance. Curiosity, and Empathy and is an attitude has proved to be helpful for many professionals working in adoption, fostering or kinship care services. The aim of PACE is to allow the child to establish a positive and reciprocal relationship with their parents or carers and to experience relationships as 'safe'.

ECOSOC Youth Forum Side Event,

The Summit of the Future (SoTF) presents an important opportunity for all young people, particularly youth with disabilities, to have their say on what that future looks like and for their national and other world leaders to listen and act accordingly. This side event is an opportunity to hear from a range of speakers involved in youth movements on: - How they are working to ensure that youth with disabilities in all their diversity are included in Summit of the Future engagement.

Faith to Action,

Faith to Action have developed a 3-day in-person event for U.S.-based organizations serving orphaned and vulnerable children around the world. The purpose of this event is to enhance your learning and connections in the journey of transitioning from residential care to family-based care.

Save the Children Europe,

Save the Children Europe is launching its new advocacy paper on fighting child poverty in Europe. Join the webinar on April 11.