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This study explores issues on post-adoption services in intercountry adoptions based on the perspectives of adoption professionals from Taiwan and Australia.
Thirteen youth from a group home in Taiwan for teenage boys in the foster care and juvenile justice systems participated in this yearlong study which utilized a strengths-based approach to examine resiliency, their needs, and sources of support. This article describes nine key lessons learned to keep at-risk youth at the center of future similar research studies through protecting, representing, and empowering them.
This chapter aims to review how the CRC has been integrated into Taiwan’s laws and social practices since its promulgation in 1989.
This article examines the tension between the rhetoric of children’s rights and the realities of residential care for children in Taiwan.
This study compared the risk difference and further investigated the association between the category of mental disorders and child abuse perpetration in Taiwan.