Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Publication of the Sparrow Lake Alliance -- 1996-1|
|LC Classifications||HV745.O6 S58 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 63 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||63|
The Children in Limbo Task Force is publishing “ Children at the Centre: Their right to Truth and Voice,” and launching it on October 17 from 2 – 4 p.m. at the Catholic Children’s Aid Society of Hamilton, King St. E., Hamilton, L8M 1A1. "Nothing comes from nowhere." Everything has a history and a beginning. the ideas for this book were fast conceived in the early s when, as director of Parsons Child and Family Center's Residential Program, I was still chairing intake conferences to evaluate children for admission to the then predominant program of that agency, historically rooted in the American orphanage. This book should be required reading at all college-level curricula. The author addresses the experiences of people born and raised in a family of non-college-educated parents /5. Ford’s Attack on Disadvantaged Children and Youth. Written By Dr. GAIL AITKEN, Professor Emeritus, Ryerson School of Social Work. Member of the Children in Limbo Task Force The extremely sudden closing in April of the Ontario Child Advocate’s Office (OCA) is an attack on some of the most disadvantaged young people in Ontario.
A Children in Limbo Task Force Publication Summary: This publication is a collection of voices and varied perspectives, from young people with lived experience and from various professionals who have worked within the child welfare system. Some of the authors are members of the Children in Limbo Task Force, some are not. The moving and heartbreaking narratives of struggle, support, and heroism in this book should be read by every American.”—Hirokazu Yoshikawa, author of Immigrants Raising Citizens: Undocumented Parents and Their Young Children “Lives in Limbo vividly documents the experiences of belonging and exclusion that mark the everyday lives of undocumented youth as they transition to adulthood. Through his . The Children in Limbo Task Force (CLTF) is dedicated to bringing together people from all sectors and disciplines, who would inspire, support, teach and learn from each other, and who are committed to working towards ensuring a better life particularly for all of Ontario’s children, youth and families who are involved with child welfare. Children in Limbo Task Force started as a task force of the Sparrow Lake Alliance. The Alliance, founded by Dr. Paul Steinhauer in , was a voluntary coalition of Ontario professionals who work with and for children. After over twenty years of activity it came to a close in , but the Task Force is.
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