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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 Joint Social Work Education and Research Conference is the UK's only conference covering the whole of the social work field. This year’s we welcome you to Glasgow city centre hosted by the School of Social Work and Social Policy, University of Strathclyde.
Children are invited to complete the Children and Young People’s online questionnaire that will help shape the general comment on children’s rights and the environment with a special focus on climate change from 15 November 2022 to 15 February 2023.
The Transforming Care Collaborative's Task Force on Measurement seeks to engage the services of an independent technical expert consultant to review existing frameworks and tools that measure the progress and outcomes of reforms at the system level and map ongoing efforts to strengthen care reform measurement at global, regional, and country levels.
The "Family-Support Policies in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Tool to Promote Child Care and Development" panel is interested in interdisciplinary perspectives to answer the question: how do family-support policies contribute to enhancing childcare/supervision and development in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC)?
Better Care Network (BCN) is seeking a Community Outreach and Youth Engagement Specialist. The Community Outreach and Youth Engagement Specialist is responsible for ensuring effective information sharing, communication, and engagement of a wide range of stakeholders and partners as part of key inter-agency initiatives which BCN is facilitating, in particular the Transforming Children’s Care Global Collaborative.
Research Scientist will oversee aspects of program implementation, research design, data management, data analysis related to the aims of the RPCA research portfolio focused on longitudinal and spillover research as well as implementation science.
Efforts are being made to end the practice of people travelling from Ireland to volunteer and visit orphanages worldwide. It is part of a global effort to end international orphanage volunteering and the institutionalisation of children.
Join us for a discussion that explores the challenges and solutions for including migrant and displaced children in data collection and information management systems.
Join the Collaborative on Global Children's Issues, Georgetown University, for a discussion featuring U.S. government representatives, education in emergency champions, experts, and young leaders.