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The Call for Abstracts is now open. We invite you to submit your scholarly work for consideration by ICAR-8 and join researchers and practitioners worldwide united by our common goal of ensuring a safe and permanent family for all children. Instructions are posted on the Abstracts page of this website and on the Ex-Ordo ICAR-8 Abstract Submission/Registration website.
This is the third Global Forum for a World Without Orphans to be held 29 February 29 - 03 March 2024 in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
The ISCI 2024 Conference on ‘Global Childhoods: Critical Perspectives Promoting Theoretical, Empirical and Policy Understandings’ seeks to examine government policies and programs that have succeeded in promoting the well-being of children.
Learn about unaccompanied and separated refugee and migrant children for free
This course examines UNICEF's approach to child protection systems strengthening, key interventions, and an assessment framework.
Beginning in 2023, the Faith and the Family forum will focus on Christian faith communities and their contributions to both the propagation and prevention of child-family separation across time and contexts.
The Evidence for Impact Working Group convenors are looking for an advanced graduate student with solid training in methods and statistics in the behavioral sciences, preferably with some experience in systematic (narrative or meta-analytic) reviews. This work could be done as part of a practicum or as part of a thesis on the topic of de-institutionalization.
Government delegations, UN agencies and other multi-laterals, civil society organizations, researchers, and stakeholders working on the climate agenda will head to Dubai for the UN Conference of Parties Climate Change Conference (COP) from November 30 to December 12.
Are you interested in shaping the international protection of children within family relationships and migration movements? How does private international law evolve in such contexts?
This webinar introduced new global inter-agency guidance on kinship care. During the webinar, panelists shared key lessons learnt on how to support kinship care, drawing particularly on examples of promising practices from South Africa, Zimbabwe, Liberia, and Brazil.