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The Clinical Management of Children and Adolescents who have Experienced Sexual Violence

This guide includes Technical Considerations on post-rape care for persons under the age of 18 in primary health centers that also provide HIV care.

Strengthening Linkages between Clinical & Social Services for Children & Adolescents who Have Experienced Sexual Violence

This guide provides a basic framework, examples, resources, and contact information for health providers and managers to better understand and facilitate linkages with critical social and community services for comprehensive care of children and adolescents who have experienced sexual violence and...

Workload and Casework Review: Qualitative review of social worker caseload, casework and workload management

This report is a review of findings of social worker caseload, casework and workload management from frontline staff in child, youth and family service programs in New Zealand.

A Social Worker’s Toolkit for Working with Immigrant Families

If or when immigrants come into contact with the child welfare system, depending on their country of origin, generational and legal status, reason for emigration, and immigration and resettlement experiences, it becomes especially challenging to untangle the range of factors that contribute to...

THRIVES: A Global Technical Package to Prevent Violence Against Children

THRIVES represents a select group of complementary strategies that reflect the best available evidence to help countries sharpen their focus on priorities with the greatest potential to reduce violence against children. This group of strategies contains evidence-based interventions that are...

Empowering Girls and Connecting People Through School Social Work Intervention

A study of a social work intervention through the school setting to girls was conducted to see what impacts it could have on increasing educational opportunities for girls.

Young People Living with HIV: A collection and review of resources for health workers around the world

This online resource was developed to identify and facilitate access to useful resources that will help field teams and organizations around the world improve service provision for young people living with HIV (YPLHIV). Each resource is accompanied by a brief synopsis and recommendations for use,...

Reclaiming Hope, Dignity and Respect: Syrian and Iraqi Torture Survivors in Jordan

This report describes patterns of torture and human rights abuses among Syrian and Iraqi refugees and the long-term mental health implications for both groups. The report is based on CVT’s direct experiences with clients and is the product of a series of in-person interviews with men, women and...

Social Work in the Military – Considering a renewed scope of practice

The way that the social work profession is practiced within the Canadian Armed Forces is specific, unique and guided by directive that are different from those of civilian organizations. Social work practice must take into consideration the places where it is being practiced, and social work in the...

Qualitative Research into the Root Causes of Child Abandonment and Child Relinquishment in Vietnam

This study is a follow up to recommendations of UNICEF and ISS made following a 2009 study on adoption practices and procedures in Vietnam. Information included in this report gives voice to the biological families, which are too often the silent actor in adoption matters, but also sheds light on...

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