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Global Social Service Workforce Alliance, UNICEF ,

Disability Inclusive Child Protection Competency Framework for the Social Service Workforce

Patrick Wintour - The Guardian,

The United Nations secretary general, António Guterres, has warned that the Gaza Strip is becoming “a graveyard for children” as he called again for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire to allow aid into the embattled territory.

Changing the Way We Care,

Changing the Way We Care (CTWWC) promotes safe, nurturing family care for children reintegrating from residential care facilities (often referred to as “orphanages”) and prevents child-family separation by strengthening families, reforming national systems of care for children, and working to shift donor and volunteer support away from residential care and toward family care alternatives.


Reframing the Trauma Lens will be a forum for conversation and discussion on the topic of Trauma Informed Care where we will deliberate on the various perspectives associated with this concept.

  • Job no: 566777
  • Contract type: Consultant
  • Duty Station: Beijing
  • Level: Consultancy
  • Location: China
  • Categories: Child Protection
NHS Education for Scotland,

The women, children, young people and families (WYCYPF) team in NHS Education for Scotland (NES) are delighted to be hosting a webinar focussing on rights-based participation for infants, children and young people.


Purpose: To inform the report on the role of public service delivery in the promotion and protection of human rights and in the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, including in relation to the protection of persons in vulnerable situ

Danai Nesta Kupemba - BBC News,

A US couple has been fined ($28,000; £23,000) by a Ugandan court after they pleaded guilty to child cruelty and "inhumane treatment" of their 10-year-old foster child.

Michael Savage - The Guardian,

The biggest independent providers of children’s care in England made profits of more than £300m last year, as concern mounts over the conditions that some children are being placed in and the spiralling costs for councils.

147th IPU Assembly,

This resolution on orphanage trafficking was adopted by consensus at the 147th IPU Assembly and endorsed by 180 parliaments.