This video explores Sugira Muryango: "Families Strengthening Intervention for Early Childhood Development: Alternative Delivery System of Poverty Reduction Strategies" in Rwanda—a project by the Research Program For Children and Adversity at the Boston College School of Social Work led by Salem Professor in Global Practice Theresa Betancourt.
This how-to video breaks down serve and return into 5 simple steps (from Filming Interactions to Nurture Development) and features adults and young children doing each step together.
The Global Social Service Workforce Alliance hosted the 6th Annual Social Service Workforce Strengthening Symposium on the topic of using evidence as a catalyst for advocacy efforts to support the social service workforce.
The webinar recording provides a basic overview of the intersection of early childhood development (0-5), attachment and trauma in young migrant children.
With efforts underway at the international level to reconcile different approaches to the right of the child to grow up in a family – in the CRPD, CRC and the UN Guidelines – this webinar addressed some of the following questions: how to ensure every child can grow up in a family, is residential care justified in any circumstance, how to ensure that children growing up in group homes and other residential care settings are given an opportunity to access family-based care, and the right to independent living.
This video provides a short summary of the INSPIRE objective and goals, strategies included, measures to be implemented and good practices develop across the globe.
This short webinar delivered by Dr Alex Butchart, WHO, and Ms Sabine Rakotomalala, Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children, is an introduction to the evidence-based strategies and interventions gathered in INSPIRE, a technical package to reduce and prevent violence against children.
This webinar, hosted by the Cash Transfer and Child Protection Task Force, aimed to discuss the newly released report, “Cash Transfer Programming and Child Protection in Humanitarian Action: Review and Opportunities to Strengthen the Evidence.”
This article, and accompanying video, tells the story of Jose Alvizures and his son who were separated upon arriving to the United States from Guatemala and were kept apart for 324 days.
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.