Canada's Children

Canada’s Children, the premier publication by the CWLC, is published twice a year, now in its new electronic format. Each issue focuses on one child welfare-related theme or topic. Unsolicited articles are welcome. Editorial views and article content are the responsibility of individual writers and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the CWLC. Canada’s Children examines and highlights research, practice and policies affecting Canadian children, youth and families. Downloadable issues: 2013 - next issue coming soon! 2012 Winter 2012 (Jan) Summer 2012 Every Child Matters (ECM)   Child & youth mental health ** THE LATEST EDITION! ** 2011 Winter 2011 An open discussion of child protection concerns 2010 Spring 2010 Centre for Excellence for Child Welfare Research Spring 2010 National Invitational Symposium on Child and Youth Mental Health Fall 2010 Every Child Matters: Strengthening Foster Families in Canada 2009 Summer 2009 Promoting Parenting Education and Support Winter 2009 Centre for Excellence for Child Welfare Research 2008 Spring 2008 Promoting Parenting Education and Support Project This project is funded by the Government of Canada's Social Development Partnerships Program. The opinions and interpretations in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the Government of Canada. Winter 2008 National Invitational Symposium on Child and Youth Mental Health 2007 Winter 2007 Sumer 2007 Fall 2007 Centre of Excellence for Child Welfare: Update Child and Youth Maltreatment Centre of Excellence for Child Welfare: Update 2006 Spring 2006 Centre of Excellence for Child Welfare: Update 2005 Fall 2005 Resilience in Children’s Services Winter 2005 Centre of Excellence for Child Welfare 2004 Summer 2004 Canadian Children’s Services: Research, Policy and Practice Winter 2003/2004 Centre of Excellence for Child Welfare: Update 2003 Spring 2003 Global Perspectives on Child Welfare: Canada and Beyond Summer 2003 Outcome Pathways in Child and Family Services 2002 Spring 2002 Breaking Down the Silos Summer 2002 Supply and Demand on Human Resources in Children’s Services Winter 2002 Centre of Excellence for Child Welfare: Promoting Excellence in Canadian Research, Policy and Practice 2001 Spring 2001 Children’s Mental Health Summer 2001 Child Welfare Research in Canada Winter 2001 Harvesting Diversity  2000 Spring 2000 Foster Care Summer 2000 Child Welfare Research in Canada Fall 2000 Ecological Approaches to Children’s Well-Being 1999 Spring 1999 Youth in Canada: Challenging Assumptions and Affecting Change Summer 1999 Canada and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child: How Do We Measure Up? Fall 1999 Services to Children, Aged 6 to 12 1998 Spring 1998 Advocacy: Working together for Canada’s children and youth Summer 1998 Child Welfare in the 21st Century: Innovations, Transformations, Revolutions Fall 1998 Child Protection and Child Mortality 1997 Spring 1997 Restructuring Child Welfare Summer 1997 Girls in Canada: How are they faring? Fall 1997 Parenting and Fathering: Boundaries and Frontiers 1996 Summer 1996 Towards A Children’s Agenda Fall 1996 Promising Approaches to Issues of Child and Youth Violence Winter 1996 Children’s Mental Health 1995 Summer 1995 From Permanency Planning to Family Preservation Fall 1995 Prevention, Early Intervention and Outcomes Winter 1995 Child Welfare in Transition 1994 Spring 1994 Youth Fall 1994 Drugs, Alcohol and Substance Abuse   Writer's Guidelines Before submitting an article, please read the Writer's Guidelines for Canada's Children. CWLC reserves the right to edit for clarity and length. While all contributions are appreciated, CWLC cannot guarantee the publication of submitted articles. Send a copy of your submission by email (MS Word format only) to info@cwlc.ca. Copies have been sent to every CWLC Member via mail. If you are not a member and would like a copy, or if you would like to purchase additional copies, they are available for $20 each. Simply send an email to info@cwlc.ca with your request. Current Issues which can be purchased for $20.00 per issue. Contact us at info@cwlc.ca or call (613) 235-4412 for information on how you can obtain your copy.
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