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    Every year, the ISS provides its services to approximately 75'000 families around the world

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    Every year, the ISS provides its services to approximately 75'000 families around the world

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    Every year, the ISS provides its services to approximately 75'000 families around the world

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    Protecting Children and Uniting Families Across Borders for 92 years

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    Protecting Children and Uniting Families Across Borders for 92 years

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    Protecting Children and Uniting Families Across Borders for 92 years

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    Every year, the ISS provides its services to approximately 75'000 families around the world

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    Every year, the ISS provides its services to approximately 75'000 families around the world

Latest News

Adoption of a historic resolution at the ISS IC in Melbourne, Australia

ISS Members recently participated at the ISS International Council to discuss emerging social challenges affecting children and families on the move. The necessity to collaborate as a network and further develop and expand well targeted individualized services addressing the complex needs of migrant families and children was also discussed in detail.
One of the outcomes of the IC was the adoption of a historic resolution, deciding unanimously for the membership expansion by giving the opportunity to more organizations adhering to ISS working principles, to join as members and actively participate in policy and decision making. The Secretary General, closed the meeting by stating that "ISS has taken the right decision in terms of membership structure. ISS is now better equipped to serve more and more children and families on the move and to serve better".

CWLA Award to ISS-USA, May 2015

 

The Branch has received the prestigious 2015 CWLA National Blueprint Champion for Excellence Award. Having demonstrated an innovation and excellence in the delivery of programs and services to advance improved outcomes for children and youth around the globe.
Julie Rosicky, ISS-USA Executive Director, received the award on April 29th in Arlington, Virginia.

 

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