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As you might have heard, the ISS Australia NSW Manager Damon Martin has been working with the ISS's General Secretariat on the network's Children with Disabilities (CWD) project. This project aims to promote the rights of CWD and to train caregivers on the specific needs on CWD.
The ISS/IRC together with ISS Australia actively participated in the Sixth International Conference on Adoption Research (ICAR 6) hold in Montreal, Canada.
ISS had the honour to partner with Euroadopt in the organisation of their bi-annual meeting with 300 adoption stakeholders primarily from Europe but also Africa and the Americas.
From 21 to 22 June 2018, ISS Switzerland and the ISS/IRC participated in the GFMD Thematic Workshop on Children and Youth on the Move: Implementing Sustainable Solutions that was held in Agadir (Morocco).
The launch of the "MOOC4CoM" is planned for 2019, depending on available funds. In the meantime, a web site centralising a large amount of resources on this topic has been developed.
From 12 to 13 of June 2018, the ISS/IRC together with ISS Germany (FIF e.V.) participated in the federal meeting on intercountry adoptions at the Ministry of Justice in Bonn (Germany).
Experts from over 50 countries shared with passion promising practices on cross border social work.
From 29 to 31 May 2018, ISS participated in a workshop on the 'Role of The Hague Conventions in Cross-Border Child Protection in South-Asia' in Kathmandu, Nepal, which focussed on the cross border movement of children from South Asia and mechanisms to support safe migration.
Join a day-long conference, "Cross-Border Family Mediation: Dispute Resolution for International Families In Your Community," on June 5, 2018 in Washington, D.C., co-hosted by International Social Service-USA (ISS-USA), MK Family Law, The George Washington University School of Law, and Leslie Ellen Shear, Attorney and Counselor at Law.
At the occasion of the 1993 Hague Convention's 25th anniversary, the Permanent Bureau of the Hague Conference in association with ISS/IRC has published a brochure recalling the Convention's "basics" and providing an overview on accomplishments and areas to improve.
A national conference will be held on the current state of search of origins in Biel/Bienne (CH) on May 8th, 2018.