Northern Europe

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CELCIS & Global Implementation Society 15 Sep 2019
Glasgow, Scotland

Taking place from 15 - 17 September 2019, this international conference will attract participants from many disciplines, sectors, and parts of the world who all share a passion for what the science and practice of implementation offers in making real change and improvement to people’s lives and services.

International Society for Child Indicators27 Aug 2019

The 7th Conference of the International Society for Child Indicators will be held on 27-29 August 2019 in the Dorpat Convention Centre in Tartu, Estonia. The conference will be hosted by the University of Tartu.

CELCIS12 Mar 2019

The Spring conference will focus on homeconnection and felt security.

India Pollock - BBC News15 Nov 2018

This article from BBC News highlights some of the findings from a survey commissioned by the Welsh Government as part of the Bright Spots Programme to help local authorities understand what matters most to the children they look after.

Karin Goodwin - The National11 Nov 2018

Who Cares? Scotland and other advocates are calling for standardised guidance to support care leavers, allowing better access to care records, according to this article from the National.

Alison Holt - BBC News6 Nov 2018

The UK has seen a "considerable increase" in the demand for child protection services, according to this article and video from BBC News.

McIver, Leanne and Welch, Vicki - CELCIS5 Nov 2018

This report is the evaluation of the pilot partnership agreement between Police Scotland and local authorities, for responses to children and young people missing from foster and residential care.

Gerry Byrne, Michelle Sleed, Nick Midgley, Pasco Fearon, Clare Mein, Anthony Bateman, Peter Fonagy - Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry2 Nov 2018

This article introduces an innovative mentalization-based treatment (MBT) parenting intervention for families where children are at risk of maltreatment.

Krüger Viggo, Dag Øystein Nordanger, Brynjulf Stige - Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy1 Nov 2018

Despite a growing interest in music therapy within child welfare practice, music therapy practices within these contexts are still under-researched in Norway. The present study takes a collaborative community music therapy practice as its point of departure.

Rachel Springford - Huffington Post31 Oct 2018

In this blog post from the Huffington Post, Rachel Springford writes about her experience in care and the difficulties care leavers face in transitioning to adulthood and accessing opportunities such as studying at university.