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"Up to 40 new areas will benefit from £15 million to expand promising innovative approaches to keeping families safely together," says this news release from the UK Department for Education.
The general objective of this assignment is to evaluate the advocacy approach of the Opening Doors for Europe’s Children Campaign Phase II and to provide recommendation for improving the efficiency and the effectiveness of future Campaigns.
This paper considers the importance of material objects for looked after and adopted children integrated as part of life story work practices.
This paper asks how state parental responsibility towards unaccompanied minors is given meaning, and with what consequences, for both frontline workers and unaccompanied minors alike?
This study examined the possible differences in educational level by comparing Finnish national register data for 814 former reform school (RS) residents in four cohorts (placed in out-of-home care in 1991, 1996, 2001 and 2006) to 4021 of their peers in the general population matched by gender, age, and place of birth.
This study investigated what factors are associated with an improvement in quality of life (QoL) during residential stay for children and adolescents living in youth welfare institutions in Switzerland.
This year's education conference will focus on positive educational journeys for children and young people with care experience.
This article describes what type of families make up the Family Foster Care resource of the Province of Alicante and their parenting styles.
The article examines from a comparative perspective how Sweden and Germany reacted to the unprecedented increase in unaccompanied asylum-seeking children (UASC) in 2015. By illustrating the reactions of two countries, the study shows that an unprecedented wave of refugees/asylum seekers can trigger both more incremental, adaptive and drastic transformative policy changes.
In this blog post for Hope and Homes for Children, Stephen Ucembe writes about the damaging impacts of orphanages in the African context.