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"The [UK] government could face legal action after ministers used the coronavirus crisis to remove protections for children in care," says this article from the Huffington Post.
This article from Slate tells the story of Salvador and Rosita, a father and daughter who were separated by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement shortly after arriving in the United States.
This situation report describes progress on key areas of Save the Children's response to the COVID-19 crisis.
UNICEF Europe and Central Asia Regional Office (ECARO) designed a brief online survey to take stock of what national authorities are doing to adjust national child protection systems and services in the wake of COVID 19. This report aims to synthesizes the responses across the region; support national and international child protection agencies, organizations and authorities to identify promising practices, challenges, risks and opportunities; and promote exchange of experience and practices across the region and globally.
The UN Network on Migration is hosting a series of listening sessions with stakeholders as well as a number of webinars looking at various aspects of how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting on migrants and how successful policies and practice might be developed to ensure that in overcoming the current global crisis no-one is left behind.
This technical note offers guidance and information to practitioners and policy-makers on child labour issues during and after COVID-19 and what actions can be taken.
There has recently been increased interest in the potential for formal and informal networks to aid interventions with biological families in helping them achieve reunification in the context of the child protection system. This article analyzes the conceptualization of social support in order to create social support networks.
This article argues that the current system of care in most jurisdictions forces foster youth to be financially and socially independent at an earlier age, despite insufficient preparation, and notes that healthcare providers can be important advocates for youth in care by championing their medical and psychological needs and serving as a bridge that lasts beyond foster care.
The author argues that early childhood education interventions for OVC should be a priority of government since quality education and care programs in the early years can enhance the possibility of breaking the cycle of inequity in the lives of OVC and positively contribute to the economy of the country.
This virtual conference will focus on topics related to early adversity, attachment, resilience, and how relationships make a difference for kids.