This issue of the BCN Newsletter focuses on the criminalization of children and young people with experience of alternative care, highlighting research and other resources that point to the higher likelihood of involvement in the criminal justice system among care-experienced young people in several countries.
This full-day workshop offers the opportunity to walk through the steps of the process to transition from residential to family-based care using a fictional case study and interactive small group discussion.
Merav Jedwab, Yanfeng Xu, Daniel Keyser, Terry V. Shaw - Child Abuse & Neglect4 May 2019
The objectives of this study were: (a) to measure the time-to-initial placement change in different types of settings, including non-relative foster homes, kinship care, residential treatment centers (RTC), group homes and other types of settings; and (b) to identify predictors of the initial placement change.
Beth Njoroge, Peter Kihara, Paul Gichohi - International Journal of Professional Practice 4 May 2019
The purpose of this study was to establish the relationship between technology as a capacity building strategy and performance of the orphans and vulnerable children cash transfer program in Nairobi County, Kenya.
The Department of State’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (TIP Office) announces an open competition for Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 projects to combat trafficking in persons outside of the United States. Applicants are invited to submit proposals describing how they will address a minimum of one of the programming activities described in the Notice of Funding Opportunity.