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With a focus on the situation in Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan, and Greece, this report aims to provide a better understanding of the gendered impact of the refugee crisis on unaccompanied adolescent boys, aged 13 to 17, and men, single or living separately from their families; and to highlight actual and potential gaps in the humanitarian response.
Established by the Ee Peng Liang Memorial Fund under the auspices of the NUS Department of Social Work, the Chinese Women’s Association (CWA) graciously supports the Social Service Leaders Exchange Programme to enhance skills and professional development of promising young social work and service leaders in the region to promote philanthropy and social development.
This volume offers glimpses of extended family care as well as residential child and youth care in 25 countries never gathered together before in one collection.
This article examines the case of three groups of young people in Filipino transnational families: stay-behind children of migrant parents, migrant children reunited with their parents in their receiving country, and children of ‘mixed’ couples.
This paper seeks to contribute to debates about how people's adult lives unfold after experiencing childhood adversity. It presents analysis from the British Chinese Adoption Study: a mixed methods follow-up study of women, now aged in their 40s and early 50s, who spent their infant lives in Hong Kong orphanages and were then adopted by families in the UK in the 1960s.
India's National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR), in its efforts to "monitor the implementation of the Juvenile Justice (care and protection) Act of 2015," has compiled a report enumerating the number of children in child care homes and institutions throughout the country, according to this article from the Telegraph India.
This study examines the use of linguistics features among male and female foster children in Malaysia in expressing their needs to improve their academic performance.
This video from the BBC shares the story of Andre Kuik, who was born in Indonesia but adopted by a Dutch family as a baby, and his reunion with his birth mother.
This Wat Sangkahak Komar policy (or Child Safeguarding Policy) is part of the comprehensive mechanism within pagodas in Cambodia to respond to suspected and reported cases of violence against or abuse of children.
This paper is based on literature review on the legal, political and social context of Malaysia regarding child welfare and social work.