South America

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RELAF23 Apr 2019
Location: 
Salvador, Bahía, Brazil

El Seminario de RELAF tiene como fin fortalecer los procesos de desinstitucionalización mencionados e impulsar otros semejantes en el resto de los países.

Jamal El Shayyal - Al Jazeera11 Apr 2019

The "massive migration" of people from Venezuela "is creating a new crisis, affecting the many children who are being left behind," according to this video from AlJazeera News. 

Family for Every Child3 Apr 2019

Family for Every Child would like to invite you to an Online Event to discuss models and systems for Kinship Care in Brazil. Pre-recorded presentations from three different speakers will be released on Wednesday 27 March. One week later on Wednesday 3 April at 13:00 UK time, they will host a live Q&A panel discussion with the featured presenters.

Guyana Chronicle31 Mar 2019

This article from the Guyana Chronicle describes the work of Guyana's Child Care and Protection Agency (CCPA) to ensure that children are properly cared for and protected and that their right to a family is honored.

Family for Every Child27 Mar 2019

Family for Every Child has shared three pre-recorded presentations to watch in advance of their Online Event on Kinship Care in Brazil on Wednesday 3 April at 13:00 UK time.

HCCH8 Mar 2019

Guyana became the 100th Contracting Party to the Hague Intercountry Adoption Convention on 5 February 2019, according to this news release from the Hague Conference.

Lígia Negrão Costa Taborda & Celina Maria Colino Magalhães - Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal 25 Feb 2019

The purpose of this paper is to describe and analyze the interactions between children and their siblings in an institutional shelter in Brazil.

Erica Hall - World Vision International1 Feb 2019

World Vision commissioned the research, 'No Choice', to better understand children associated with armed groups.

Omattie Madray and Zenainda Rosales - RISE América Latina29 Jan 2019

In this webinar presented by RISE Learning Network, Omattie Madray and Zenainda Rosales presented an extensive study recently carried out which analyzed over 100 documents and conducted over 20 interviews to gain insights on practices of organizations supporting and caring for boys affected by sexual violence in their recovery process.

Shaylim Castro - Reuters16 Jan 2019

"Some 3 million Venezuelans have migrated in three years, putting a growing strain on the country’s children as more parents are forced into the heart-wrenching decision to leave," says this article from Reuters.

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