List of Organisations

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List of Organisations

David Lindenbach, Alida Anderson, Emily Wang, Madison Heintz, Melissa Rowbotham, Jill Ehrenreich-May, Paul D. Arnold, Gina Dimitropoulos,

This research project was an open trial examining the feasibility of utilizing the Unified Protocol (UP) -- a form of cognitive behavioral therapy -- within a residential treatment facility in Calgary, Canada for children involved with child welfare authorities who often have limited caregiver involvement.

Rubini Ball, Susan Baidawi, Anthony FitzGerald,

This study offers an updated review and analysis of policy reforms across both the child protection and youth justice systems in jurisdictions such as Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States, targeting researchers, policymakers, and practitioners in the field.

James X. Wang, Sheila K. Marshall, Colleen Poon, Annie Smith,

This study examines the health of Canadian youth in care and their engagement with the Canadian health care system on a population level.

Ante Cuvalo, Christine Wekerle,

In this article, the authors present considerations related to the global mandate for child protection and the challenges that persist amongst marginalized communities. Subsequently, they focus on Canada and, in particular, the Ontario example: the trends from the Ontario Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect (OIS). This child welfare epidemiological project has highlighted the need for greater intersectional adjustments to best protect children, where the iterative research-policy cycle has most effectively been seen with a formal system for the inclusion of lived experience, as in the case of Indigenous peoples.

Greggory Cullen,

The goal of this study is to examine the relationship between caregiver characteristics, caregiver attachment and placement type on two dimensions of mental health and substance use among a sample of older youth living in care in Ontario, Canada.

Daniel Kikulwe, Derrick Ssewanyana, Sarah Maiter,

This study based in Canada explored views on the changes in child safety reporting and interventions with newcomer families during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Nathaniel J. Pollock, Alexandra M. Ouédraogo, Nico Trocmé, Wendy Hovdestad, Amy Miskie,

The authors analyzed administrative data from Canada to describe the population of children in out-of-home care, and estimate and compare rates of out-of-home care by province/territory, year, sex/gender, age group and placement type.

Sarah Maiter, Derrick Ssewanyana, Daniel Kikulwe, Christa Sato,

The authors explore approaches, challenges, solutions, and recommendations offered by child welfare workers in Canada on remote communication with children/youth regarding safety and on managing parent–child access during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Representative for Children and Youth, Canadian Government,

The Canadian Government's Representative for Children & Youth released this report on youth justice resources which reveals a misuse of government funds to operate surplus youth justice services.

Victor Fernandes, Anta Niang, Rosita Vargas Diaz, Martin Goyette,

This paper explores how the COVID-19 pandemic affected care leavers in Quebec, a social group already facing obstacles to social integration.