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1MILLIONHOME,

JOURNEY HOME - World-class training and resources for leaders in global child welfare

Institutionalised Children Exploration and Beyond (ICB),

ICB is presently receiving manuscripts for their March 2022 and September 2022 issues, which aim to include research contributions along the following sub-themes, among other relevant subjects within Alternative Care in South Asia.

Keeping Children Safe,

This online workshops designed specifically for designated Child Safeguarding Focal Points will help you gain the skills and knowledge to carry out your role. Live Child Safeguarding Focal Points training sessions take place on Zoom, four times per week on set dates. These sessions are for all participants to connect, discuss work and answer your questions.

UNICEF,

This Learning Channel has been developed to highlight those Child Protection courses most closely aligned to different components of 

NGO Panel on Children Deprived of Liberty,

Global Forum

Global Social Service Workforce Alliance,

This webinar will explore the importance of making the investment case for the social service workforce and how the new guidance on ratios and costing can be used to build that case.

Global Social Service Workforce Alliance,

This webinar will examine how a well-developed and qualified social service workforce working in and linked to health facilities can help countries to tackle social and other determinants of health. Using findings from their latest technical paper, the Global Social Service Workforce Alliance will explore the different roles, functions and practice models for deploying the social service workforce in health facilities and the related influence on health outcomes and costs. Country-level speakers will discuss promising practice models for effective deployment of social service workers in health facilities and the challenges and opportunities that come with them.

The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action,

Learn how to use the Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (CPMS) to improve the quality and accountability of children’s protection in humanitarian settings in this new free mini course.
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SAYes Alumni Group,

The purpose of this event series is to bring care-experienced people and supporters from all over the world together to connect, expand and create new ideas for change.  

Research in Practice, CoramBAAF ,

Research in Practice and CoramBAAF are working together to host an open access online event about the recommendations of the Independent Review of Children’s Social Care for kinship care and how to support practitioners unlock the potential of family networks. The event will cover current issues relating to kinship care, the recommendations relating to kinship care that are in the Independent Review of Children’s Social Care, practical ways to involve family networks, recent research and ways practitioners can improve practice and experience of kinship carers right now.