MWCNN 2006

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First Migration and Child Welfare Roundtable

In July 2006, American Humane and Loyola University Chicago Graduate School of Social Work hosted a roundtable to discuss migration in the Americas and its impact on child well-being and child welfare policy, systems and services. Over 70 leaders in the areas of migration and family studies, demography, immigration and family law, and child welfare services convened in Chicago on the Loyola University North Shore campus to discuss migration flows in the Americas, migration and the family, immigration policy and legal practice, migration and child well-being, and service challenges and innovative responses.

Download the 2006 Roundtable Report.

Explore resources from the 2008 and 2009 Migration and Child Welfare National Network forums.

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