Kinship Care: the Need for Recognition

Georgina Etheridge

The event recording is now available! 

You can watch the event below. Activate English, Spanish and Arabic subtitles by selecting the "settings" options in the video.

Thank you once again to our wonderful panelists and moderator for such an enriching event.


Once you have enrolled you can join the event directly via this page.  At the time of the event, a 'Join Meeting' button will appear in place of the countdown in the right hand bar.

1 in 10 children worldwide lives in the care of family members or friends who are not their birth parents. Yet in many countries, kinship care receives no official acknowledgement, leaving caregivers without vital support and potentially putting children at risk.

Join this online event to learn what kinship care looks like in different contexts and why recognising it is so important. We will hear from frontline practitioners in Egypt, Ethiopia and Paraguay about the different ways that kinship care is used to reintegrate children from institutional care and life on the street.

Speakers:

kinship care webinar speakers and moderator

 

Come along to learn about the experiences of these local civil society organisations in using kinship care to support the reintegration of children, as well as how to apply this learning to your own contexts. Presentations will be followed by Q&A and panel discussion and attendees will have the chance to connect and exchange directly with Family for Every Child members.

Sign up today. This event is free. The event will be in English with Spanish interpretation available. 

If you require Arabic interpretation, please send an email to georgina.etheridge@familyforeverychild.org