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The U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Bureau for Development, Democracy and Innovation’s Inclusive Development Hub’s has published a Call for Concepts: Sustainable and Supportive Family Care and Protection Systems for Children. The closing date for receipt of applications under this announcement is April 21, 2023 at 12:00 PM EDT.
The Sage Publication journal, ICB (Institutionalised Children Explorations and Beyond), is seeking authors from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka for a Sage Publication to summarize 10 years of altern
This UNICEF/CTWWC paper argues that climate change is the greatest current and future threat to children’s care in the Eastern and Southern Africa region. Responding to this threat requires urgent coordinated action related to care reform policies and interventions and climate change responses.
During this webinar, participants will explore the dynamics of migrant child labor in the United States. Will efforts to “crack down” on child labor stop exploitation? How will forthcoming changes to U.S. asylum processes impact migrant children and their livelihoods? Most importantly, what do migrant youth have to say about their experiences?
¡Hola! Queríamos recordarte que quedan los últimos días de inscripción para este curso online internacional que se dictará el viernes 14 de abril a las 18 hs (ARG) 15 hs (MEX), a cargo de Mariana Incarnato. ¡Podés inscribirte desde cualquier país del mundo!
The story of Heartline’s transition from residential care to family care is told in this recently released Faith to Action case study. The case study details their experience through three stages of transition—learning, preparation and planning, and full transition—with transparency. It addresses common challenges for transitioning organizations, as well as the strategies Heartline took to overcome them.
The story of Buckner Guatemala’s transition from residential care to family care is told in this recently released Faith to Action case study. The case study details their experience through three stages of transition—learning, preparation and planning, and full transition—with transparency. It addresses common challenges for transitioning organizations, as well as the strategies Buckner took to overcome them.
A Russian girl who was taken away from her father after she drew an anti-war picture at school has been handed to her estranged mother, authorities say.
This week, the UNICEF Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia (ECA) and the Swiss Government kicked off the project “Supporting integration of refugee and migrant children in host EU countries,” with a technical meeting between the six participating countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovak Republic.
This webinar explores approaches to supporting kinship care during crises (including political and economic crises in Lebanon); the support needs of Ukrainian refugees in kinship care in the UK and examples of how cross-border placements into kinship care can be effectively supported.