• May 2014
  • Vol. 15, No. 5

Child Welfare Research

CBX points to a guide outlining the best international policies to protect children who experience child abuse and neglect, violence, trafficking, and other injustices; a program in New York City that is working to reduce caseworker turnover; and more.

  • Best Child Protection Practices From Around the World
    Organizations and government agencies around the world are actively working to provide protection to children who experience child abuse and neglect, violence, child prostitution and pornography,...
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  • Adoption Competency in Social Work
    While most social workers who work in child welfare will encounter adoption-related issues in their work, not all clinical social workers have been trained on adoption competency. According to the...
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  • Efforts to Reduce Caseworker Turnover
    Research has shown that children in foster care who have one caseworker throughout the life of their child welfare case achieve permanency three-quarters of the time, but each caseworker change...
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