Nico Trocmé, Tonino Esposito, Barbara Fallon, Martin Chabot, Ashleigh Delaye - Re-Visioning Public Health Approaches for Protecting Children 27 Apr 2019
The purpose of this chapter from the book Re-Visioning Public Health Approaches for Protecting Children is to document and discuss the conceptual, methodological, ethical, and infrastructure related issues that arise in supporting the research needs of child welfare organizations in Canada in order to implement evidence-based practice models, while providing examples of the usefulness and challenges of using administrative child welfare data to inform policies and programs.
Eve S. Puffer, Elsa A. Friis-Healy, Ali Giusto, Sofia Stafford, David Ayuku - Global Social Welfare26 Apr 2019
This paper describes the development of an evidence-informed family therapy intervention designed for lay counselor delivery in low-resource settings and presents findings on the feasibility and acceptability of implementation in Kenya.
Sendrine Constant, Balwant Godara, Thierry Agagliate, Nihaalini Kumar, Amara Amara - International Conference on Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries26 Apr 2019
This paper presents an overview of ChildHub, a peer learning and capacity-building network for child protection professionals initially developed and deployed in South-East Europe, and outlines a proposal for contextualizing ChildHub to Africa and South Asia.
Eric Rosenthal - Disability Rights International, European Network on Independent Living, Validity Foundation, and TASH25 Apr 2019
This position paper outlines the position of Disability Rights International, European Network on Independent Living, and TASH on residential care and the right of all children to live and grow up in a family.
Theresa S. Betancourt, Emily Franchett, Catherine M. Kirk, Robert T. Brennan, Laura Rawlings, Briana Wilson, Aisha Yousafzai, Rose Wilder, Sylvere Mukunzi, Josee Mukandanga, Christian Ukundineza, Kalisa Godfrey & Vincent Sezibera - Early Child Development24 Apr 2019
A pre-post design with 6–13-month follow-up assessed the feasibility and acceptability of a home-visiting intervention to promote early childhood development, improve parenting and shared decision-making, and reduce violence in impoverished Rwandan households.
Frank Golding & Jacqueline Z. Wilson - Children’s Voices from the Past24 Apr 2019
This chapter summarises a case that goes beyond traditional welfare archives to reveal a story of multi-generational welfare custody, exemplifying the historic ideology underpinning child welfare in Victoria, Australia.