Georgetown University Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs,

This webinar aimed to create space for reflection on how child rights, parental rights, and family values intersect within faith communities and in public discourse. 

Alliance for Children Everywhere (ACE),

In this video, Tamara Mwale of Alliance for Children Everywhere (ACE) Zambia shares a story of reintegration. At ACE, whenever possible, the team seeks to reintegrate children with biological family.

Disability Rights International,

The webinar took place on 30 April 2024 and focused on Chapter IV of the Guidelines: Deinstitutionalization grounded in the dignity and diversity of persons with disabilities, and how they relate to children and other children and other at-risk populations, such as elders and women.

African Charter on the Rights & Welfare of the Child (ACERWC),

Muluka Anne Mitti-Drummond, UN Independent Expert on the Enjoyment of Rights of Persons living with Albinism highlights how the conversation on the enjoyment of rights of children with albinism will advance the advocacy on this topic.

Family for Every Child,

In this episode Amanda Griffith of Family for Every Child is joined by representatives of three member organisations who are working to support children's mental health and wellbeing across three continents.

Global Coalition on Deinstitutionalization (GC-DI),

Disability Rights International, as part of the Global Coalition on Deinstitutionalisation (GC-DI), organized a series of thematic workshop on the UN Guidelines on Deinstitutionalization, including in emergencies.

Transforming Children's Care Collaborative, the UN Independent Expert on Albinism,

On the 27th of March 2024, the UN Independent Expert on Albinism held a consultation workshop on ‘Children with Albinism and the Right to a Family Life’ in preparation for her official report to the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).

Georgetown University Collaborative on Global Children's Issues,

The long-term consequences of COVID-19 have been tough for children around the world, but even more so for young children already in humanitarian crises, whether due to conflict, natural disasters, or economic and political upheaval. Drawing on research and voices from the Global South, this book showcases innovations to mobilize new funds and reallocate existing resources to protect children during the pandemic.

UNICEF East Africa Regional Learning Platform,

This webinar examined care in the context of COVID-19, climate change, and conflict. Speakers explored how the pandemic has left a lasting legacy on the care system in Uganda and examined the impacts of climate change-related drought on children's care in Kenya. They also explored efforts to deliver effective care for children during conflict in Ethiopia.

Global Social Service Workforce Alliance,

On 7 February 2024, the Global Social Service Workforce Alliance hosted a webinar to showcase the findings from their recently released 2023 State of the Social Service Workforce Report: A Decade of Progress, A Future of Promise.