Carers UK welcomes Cross-Party report from MPs on support for working carers and urges Government to accept recommendations

From press release: Carers UK warmly welcomes today's cross-party report from MPs on the House of Commons Select Committee which calls for important changes to support unpaid carers to stay in or return to paid work.
  

Supporting carers to juggle work and care makes strong economic as w

Read more: Carers UK welcomes Cross-Party report from MPs on support for working carers and urges Government to accept recommendations

The orphanage industry: Flourishing when it should be dying. Article in Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care

“In recent years, ‘orphanage tourism’ has been developed as one highly profitable means of securing support”

Article by Nigel Cantwell and Emmanuelle Werner Gillioz

Abstract

Deinstitutionalisation of alternative care systems is a major challenge in many countries of Africa and Asia in particular, wh

Read more: The orphanage industry: Flourishing when it should be dying. Article in Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care

ICPCN's Alex Daniels reports on the recent training of doctors and nurses that took place in Mozambique

ICPCN's Alex Daniels reports on the recent training of doctors and nurses that took place in Mozambique
A partnership between Mozambique Palliative Care Association (MOPCA), African Palliative Care Association (

Read more: ICPCN's Alex Daniels reports on the recent training of doctors and nurses that took place in Mozambique

Scots disabled are being abandoned says solicitor. Article by Robert Armour on TFN website.

Scotland’s only social enterprise solicitor has hit out at disability organisations, claiming they've abandoned disabled people and compromised their social mission.

Daniel Donaldson, founder of Legal Spark, told TFN many campaigning organisations were enjoying a “love-in” with the Sc

Read more: Scots disabled are being abandoned says solicitor. Article by Robert Armour on TFN website.

Even if the UK leaves Europe, it still needs to get its children out of institutions. Opening Doors shows how

Maintain, Strengthen, Expand – How the next EU budget can deliver better outcomes for children and families in Europe 

As the EU sets the clock ticking on its next long-term budget, now is the time to also decide on the EU's priorities for investment beyond 2020. Matching financial re

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