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The overall aims of this research project were to explore the experiences of the children, parents and families involved in alternative care in Thailand. This research project reached a significant number of children (n.160) living in alternative care and their parents and families (n.20).
BICON 2021 was an opportunity for government and intergovernmental representatives, civil society organisations, practitioners, academics and most importantly care experienced young people to come together and discuss the most pressing issues regarding children’s care in Asia. With a focus on implementation, practitioners shared examples of innovation, highlighted promising practices, and showcased local solutions to challenges faced by countries across Asia. The Report is filled with challenges, recommendations, session summaries, speaker bios and more.
There are limited studies which investigate the perceived needs and wellbeing of parents caring for their children with disability from culturally and linguistically diverse communities. This qualitative study uniquely explored the experiences and cultural factors of Vietnamese parents caring for children with a disability in multicultural Australia.
यस अध्ययनले सातवटा केन्द्रित देशहरूमा २१ अर्ध-संरचित अन्तर्वार्ताहरू समावेश गरी गुणस्तरीय अनुसन्धान अध्ययन सञ्चालन गरेर निजी रूपमा सञ्चालित र वित्त पोषित आवासीय हेरचाह संस्थाहरूको सानो संख्यामा COVID-19 को प्रभावको अन्वेषण गर्दछ।
In December 2019, Ceenu Jebaraj's three-year-old daughter was excited at the thought of going to school in a few months. But by the time her classes were scheduled to begin, India had entered into a national lockdown to curb the spread of COVID-19.
In December 2019, Ceenu Jebaraj's three-year-old daughter was excited at the thought of going to school in a few months.
But by the time her classes were scheduled to begin, India had entered into a national lockdown to curb the spread of Covid-19.
សាយយ័ន្តសួស្តីបងៗ និងប្អូនៗទាំងឡាយដែលធ្លាប់មានបទពិសោធន៍ជីវិតរស់នៅ ឬអ្នកកំពុងរស់នៅ រួមទាំងអ្នកត្រៀមចាកចេញពីមណ្ឌលកុមារកំព្រាជាទីស្រឡាញ់រាប់អាន ❤️️
ពួកយេីងសូមស្វាគមន៍អ្នកទាំងអស់គ្នា មកកាន់កម្មវិធីប្រពន្ធ័សារសំឡេងរបស់ @ក្មេងអង្គការកម្ពុជា Podcast។
(This is the first episode in a podcast series created by the Kmeng Onka Cambodia Care Leavers Network highlighting the lived experience of those living in residential care or are about to leave.)
India’s draconian COVID lockdowns mean many children have missed out on large chunks of education, many will never return to school and the already huge gap between rich and poor has become even wider.
This paper explores perspectives on family reunification and emergent forms of separation among young migrants. These young people lived apart from and later reunited with their migrant parents who moved from the Philippines to Canada for work.