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This article from KQED "looks back at some key moments" from the past few years of the U.S. government initiative to separate families at the border with Mexico and the "many legal challenges to stop it."
This paper examines the implications of recent developments in U.S. intercountry adoption (ICA) policy for vulnerable children.
This blog post from the Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children explains the Initiative's in-depth review of states committed to prohibition of corporal punishment.
A qualitative program evaluation was conducted, including focus groups with 36 parenting young women who had participated in Passport to Parenting (P2P) initiative services and interviews with 11 key staff of the three partnering agencies.
The article features an interview with Hirokazu Yoshikawa, a developmental psychologist at New York University who codirects NYU’s Global TIES for Children, in which he speaks about the research that he and his colleagues have conducted into the impacts of parent-child separation and the efficacy of programs meant to help heal the damage.
This article provides a historical context and describes numerous provisions of the family group conference that protect participants and the proceedings. It then describes applications of FGC‐like approaches in the United States where practice models and policies—not laws—guide the implementation of such approaches.
The current study provides a more nuanced account of foster youth with disabilities’ transitions into adulthood.
This qualitative study explored the accounts of 50 residential childcare staff in Saudi Arabia, aiming to identify ways in which staff and residential institutions may function as attachment objects for the children in their care.
This article identifies the steps that can be taken to support women at risk of recurrently losing children to care.
This study examined the impact of health care education materials designed for foster youth, called ICare2CHECK. It was hypothesized that ICare2CHECK would increase nonurgent ambulatory health care use and decrease emergency/urgent care use.