The Evaluation Summit is a forum for child welfare leaders, members of the research and evaluation community, and their partners and stakeholders to come together for timely and important dialogue and learning.
Harvard FXB Center for Health and Human Rights24 Jun 2019
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
The Child Protection Executive Education Course (CPEEC) offered by the Harvard FXB Center for Health and Human Rights is designed for mid-career professionals who are engaged in the protection of and response to children vulnerable to abuse, violence exploitation and neglect.
CPC seeks an experienced and highly engaging consultant to facilitate a process that enables the leadership to take a hard look at priorities and strategic direction while also being fun, stimulating and meaningful for all the stakeholders involved.
Ryan D. Davidson, Claire S. Tomlinson, Connie J. Beck, Anne M. Bowen - Children and Youth Services Review9 Mar 2019
This article aims to identify risk and protective factors associated with families returning to the US child welfare system within a social ecological framework, to identify gaps in the current literature, and to discuss areas for future research.
Jeffrey Waid & Armeda Stevenson Wojciak - Children and Youth Services Review8 Mar 2019
To explore the viability of positive youth development for youth in care, this observational study investigated whether participation in a summer camp-based reunification program for siblings separated by foster care in the US and Australia called Camp To Belong influenced youth resilience, a critical protective mechanism for maltreated youth.
Wendy Haight, Cary Waubanascum, David Glesener, Priscilla Day, Brenda Bussey, Karen Nichols - Children and Youth Services Review5 Mar 2019
This research addresses one of the most pressing and controversial issues facing child welfare policymakers and practitioners today: the dramatic overrepresentation of Indigenous families in North American public child welfare systems. The article presents a successful model of inclusive education: the Center for Regional and Tribal Child Welfare Studies (the Center) at the University of Minnesota, Duluth, School of Social Work.