Asia

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List of Organisations

Enakshi Ganguly - HAQ: Centre for Child Rights,

This report, which is also the fifth in the series, reflects on how children and the realisation of their rights continue to challenge our conscience even today.

Sheng, Yingyan - Kent State University,

This dissertation examines the communication between left-behind children in China and their migrant parents from the three-level perspective of relational maintenance (Dainton, 2003): the self, the system, and the network contexts.

Cambodian Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation,

This handbook highlights the role commune committees for women and children (CCWCs) can play in support of implementing the Action Plan for improving child care, which is being carried out in five priority provinces in Cambodia. The Action Plan intends to safely return 30 per cent of children in residential care to their families by the end of 2018, as well as establish effective preventive and gatekeeping mechanisms to prevent unnecessary family separation. This handbook is useful in strengthening CCWCs’ roles and enhancing their knowledge and capacity to protect children in their communes.

Neha Srivastava - University of California Los Angeles,

This dissertation study aimed to describe and understand adolescent girls’ subjective experiences of life in an after-care facility after transitioning out of institutionalized care in Delhi, India.

Erin Raffety - Disability Studies Quarterly,

This open access article explores three related phenomena: first, the abandonment and institutionalization of children with disabilities in China that increased disproportionately in the 2000s; second, the important relationships between such abandonments, culture, economics, and politics in contemporary China; and third, the relationship between such abandonments, the increasing rates at which Chinese orphans with disabilities are being adopted to Western countries through Inter-country Adoption (ICA), and the global politics of ICA and disability.

Christian Alliance for Orphans (CAFO),

The Christian Alliance for Orphans has offered this challenge grant opportunity to spark innovation as child-serving organizations create or expand effective family care solutions for children. The organizations have reported their progress in a series of videos. 

Convention on the Rights of the Child Coalition for Thailand Alternative Care Working Group,

This summary report presents key findings and recommendations from an analysis of unregistered, private children's homes in Thailand's Sangkhlaburi District.

Convention on the Rights of the Child Coalition for Thailand Alternative Care Working Group,

This summary report presents key findings and recommendations from an analysis of unregistered, private children's homes in Thailand's Sangkhlaburi District.

CRC Coalition Thailand,

This summary report presents the findings of a study comparing practices within residential children's homes in the Thai province of Chiang Mai with the Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children.

Sri Lanka Department of Probation and Child Care Services, Ministry of Women and Child Affairs,

The Sri Lanka The Department of Probation and Child Care Services created this national guideline to assist with providing collaborative intervention of Child Rights Promotion Officers and all government social workers to minimize vulnerabilities that lead to violence against children.