Julie Rosicky to Facilitate Workshop on Alternative Care
Baltimore, MD (February 15, 2017) - Julie Rosicky will present at the upcoming International Symposium, Family Strengthening: Deconstructing Alternative Practices in the Current Legislative Framework in New Delhi, India which will take place on February 21-22nd.
Julie Rosicky will facilitate a workshop on the second day of the Symposium, titled “Joyful Endings, Happy Beginnings: The Ongoing Journey to Alternative Care – Global Examples, Local Contexts”. Attendees will include faculty members, research scholars, students, and government officials of NCT Delhi. Julie will be joined by Ian Anand Forber Pratt, Program Director at the Centre for Excellence in Alternative Care, India.
The Symposium will be hosted in part by the Centre for Early Childhood Development & Research, a collaboration between Jamia Millia Islamia and Save the Children India. Conference topics will include the launch of the National Resource Center of Foster Care (NRCFC), as well as alternative care, family strengthening, adoption, foster care, and global standards and practices. View this invitation for more details.
Centre for Early Childhood Development and Research (CECDR) was established at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi in February 2010 as a unique collaboration between Jamia Millia Islamia and Save the Children, India. The Centre’s vision is to bridge the existing gap between theory, practice and policy formulation in India. The Centre aims to identify contemporary concerns in the field of Early Childhood Development (ECD) and undertake research, advocacy and capacity-building.
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