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CELSIS, University of Strathclyde Glasgow,

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.

Catholic Relief Services, Georgetown University’s Collaborative on Global Children’s Issues, Changing the Way We Care,

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.

Georgetown Univervisty Collaborative on Global Children's Issues, CTWWC, CRS,

Researchers, members of faith communities, and other stakeholders are invited to contribute new written, audio, or video content through an online platform for public scholarship and informed commentary.


From the perspective of 45 years working with children and young people in care, the presenter looks back at the received wisdom in the field and how this has significantly changed in the light of recent research in neuroscience.

University of Strathclyde Glasglow,

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.


The Permanent Bureau of the HCCH will host an online event in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the 1993 Adoption Convention

Transforming Children's Care Collaborative,

The purpose of this webinar was to launch the tool, provide background information on its development, the analysis that underpins it, and conduct a virtual walk through of the tool.

El propósito de este seminario web fue lanzar la herramienta, proporcionar información de antecedentes sobre su desarrollo, el análisis que la sustenta y realizar un recorrido virtual por la herramienta.

Child Identity Protection (CHIP),

CHIP symposium


The practice of child marriage has continued to decline globally. Today, one in five young women aged 20 to 24 years were married as children versus nearly one in four 10 years ago.