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Vanessa V. Klodnick & Gina M. Samuels - Child & Family Social Work,

This research explains how and why homelessness occurs among youth with serious mental health struggles after aging out of residential and transitional living programmes.

Jolene Campbell - The Scotsman,

This article from the Scotsman shares the story of Charlotte Armitage, a young woman who grew up in care in Scotland. The article connects Armitage's experiences to those shared in Scotland's Independent Care Review, which calls for "an end to systemic failures that lead to young people like Armitage being caused more damage by the very system designed to protect them."

Karin Goodwin - The National,

This article from the National highlights the findings and recommendations of the Independent Scottish Care Review, including the 80 changes to transform care, which were accepted in Parliament by Nicola Sturgeon, First Minister of Scotland. 

Maria Lotty, Audrey Dunn-Galvin, Eleanor Bantry-White - Child Abuse & Neglect,

This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of the Fostering Connections program, a newly developed trauma-informed care program within the national child welfare agency in Ireland.

Royel M. Johnson, Terrell L. Strayhorn, Bridget Parler - Children and Youth Services Review,

In this study, the authors drew on qualitative data gathered during in-depth focus groups with 46 high school youth in foster care. The goal of this research was to center and amplify the often-unheard voices of youth in foster care and their experiences in high school.

Johanna Caldwell & Vandna Sinha - Child Indicators Research,

In this article, the authors examine theoretical and legislative conceptualizations of child neglect in terms of their relationship to the disproportionate involvement of Indigenous children in child welfare across Canada and, more specifically, in Quebec.

Linda Solem, Clive Diaz, Lauren Hill - Journal of Children's Services,

This study examined 20 recent serious case reviews that had taken place in England where neglect was a feature. The purpose of this study is to explore the barriers which exist for social workers in England in identifying and responding to neglect in a timely, appropriate and effective manner.

The Brain Architects Podcast - Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University,

This episode of The Brain Architects explores what “toxic stress” means, and what we can do about it.

Nicole Kratky & Michela Schröder-Abé - Child & Family Social Work,

In this study, the authors extracted information about children's statements from court file data of 220 child protection cases in Germany.

Dan Vevers - STV News,

This article from STV describes the history of the Independent Scottish Care Review, including the advocacy of looked-after young people featured in a STV documentary whose efforts led, in part, to the call for the Independent Review.