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Adoptees sent to Europe and the US say they were wrongly removed from their families as government in Seoul actively promoted adoption.
India Alternative Care Network (IACN) is calling for contributions to the tenth edition of its newsletter, IACN Quarterly .
Army Rangers killed her parents. A Marine is raising her in America. But her Afghan family says she was taken under false pretenses.
IACN Secretariat is looking for a Consultant, for a period of three months, to carry out the literature review, visit four states (to be decided) across the four regions of India and document eight case stories (two per state) to capture the context and experiences of children and caregivers in kinship care arrangement in India.
IACN seek a Communications and Knowledge Associate. This person will oversee internal and external communications and knowledge management strategies to strengthen communication and knowledge-sharing between IACN Secretariat, its membership and the broader community with an interest in the issues of children without parental care or at risk of separation, to advocate for family-based care, strengthening care in families and across the continuum of care.
This snapshot documents the experience of Rohingya refugees in Malaysia, shedding light on protection risks that negatively impact their safety and well-being. This snapshot is one of a series that focuses on Rohingya journeys and experiences in Southeast Asia, with the key objective of contributing to building a solid evidence base to inform advocacy and protection programming for Rohingya refugees in the region.
Thousands of at-risk Afghans need practical, accessible, and legal routes to international protection, and continued efforts to ensure support for those “involuntarily immobile.”
A shocking study by UNICEF has revealed that one in 10 children were subjected to online sexual abuse and exploitation in the past year and the government is concerned that more could become victims unless there is more cooperation to spread awareness about such crimes.
This thematic report is a merged and synthesised version of two full study reports, each focusing on education and healthcare in Malaysia. More details regarding the background, methodology, findings and recommendations of this project are found in the respective study reports.