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ISS-USA announced their 7th Annual Conference, Beyond Separation: Protecting Cross Border Families, co-hosted by the University of Maryland School of Social Work from Thursday, October 17th through Friday, October 18th.
Helping Children Worldwide is hosting Rising Tides: The Future of Global Missions, on September 6-7, 2019 in Chantilly, Virginia, USA.
This radio segment from WNYC describes a new audio-visual exhibition in New York City that tells the stories of 100 "former orphan" adoptees born in South Korea who are now adults living all over the world.
This article from CNN describes findings from new report outlining the impacts of family separation on migrant children in the US.
"According to a new evaluation from a top research institute, New York City’s Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) may have figured out one way to do that: Hire more case planners for foster youth," says this article from the Chronicle of Social Change.
The authors of this review from the U.S. Office of Inspector General conducted qualitative analysis to identify the most significant challenges that facilities faced in addressing the mental health needs of children in the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) custody.
This study replicates and extends previous findings of the Fostering Healthy Futures (FHF) program, a 30‐week mentoring and skills group intervention for preadolescent maltreated children in foster care.
This paper examines strategies currently being implemented in early care and education (ECE) to address early childhood trauma.
This study examined the effects of trauma-informed residential care and the relation between complex trauma (CT) and gender.
In this opinion piece for the Guardian, David Kirp describes an initiative at Western Michigan University (WMU) in the United States to support foster youth in completing their university degrees.