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La LBEC annonce le départ de Peter Dudding, directeur général


2012 Kids Not Cons Summit

Date: March 21, 2012 - March 23, 2012 Location: Toronto, ON

2012 Kids Not Cons Summit

March 21, 2012 - March 23, 2012
Toronto, ON
On March 21/22/23, 2012 in Toronto, Child Development Institute and Astwood Strategy Corporation are hosting the 2012 Kids Not Cons Summit. This conference will bring together world-renowned scientists and practitioners in the prevention and treatment of childhood aggression and anti-social behaviour. They will share their experiences, research and knowledge of best practices for working with these at-risk young children. Delegates will gain insight on how to translate the most current knowledge into practice. Whether you are a researcher, social worker, child and youth worker, educator, policymaker, police officer, crime prevention strategist, mental health specialist or other front-line professional, this conference will add tremendous value to your work! Registrations fill up quickly, so please take advantage of the Early Bird Registration to save your money and seats by January 31, 2012! Visit the 2012 Kids Not Cons Summit website or contact Kinji Yamada at for more details.

WorldForum 2011

October 18, 2011 - October 21, 2011
Melbourne, Australia
The International Forum for Child Welfare, along with OzChild Children Australia Inc., Anglicare Victoria, The Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare Inc. and ForChildren (Australia) Inc. are delighted to bring you the 2011 International Forum for Child Welfare "Education and Children's Wellbeing - Philosophy, Policy and Practice." The WorldForum provides a wonderful opportunity to come together with other leaders, practitioners and managers from around the World to share information and focus on common issues. There will be a strong emphasis at this WorldForum on the importance of Education for Children and how we can equip them with the appropriate resources to allow them to reach their potential. The extensiveness of the program, highly regarded national and international speakers and captivating workshops is impressive. In addition, the strong youth delegate influence will be another appealing feature and we believe their contribution will be intriguing. The WorldForum has been designed to enable knowledge to be shared, concerns to be discussed and solutions established. For more information, please visit:
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International Forum for Child Welfare (IFCW)

CWLC 2010 Achievement Awards Reception Photo Gallery


CWLC Achievement Awards - Call for Nominations Now Open

CWLC is pleased to announce that nominations for the 2010 CWLC Achievement Awards is now open.

CWLC National Teleconference Series

November 25, 2010
  CWLC is proud to announce the return of our National Teleconference Series on November 25, 2010, at 1:00pm EST, with a presentation on the major findings of the Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect (CIS-2008). Presented by Nico Trocmé, Director, Centre for Research on Children and Families at McGill University and Lil Tonmyr, Senior Research Advisor, Injury and Child Maltreatment Office at the Public Health Agency of Canada, the teleconference will focus on the major findings from the national study. This National Teleconference is free to all CWLC members and $50 for all non-members. Please RSVP before Friday, November 19, 2010 by contacting Gaetane Gauvreau at For more information on the seminar and the presenters, please click here.  
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CWLC Named Technical Advisor to Nunavut Social Services Review

The Child Welfare League of Canada (CWLC) is pleased to have been named technical advisor to the Review of Nunavut's Child and Family Services Act.

World Forum 2010

It will challenge the global child welfare community to think about its work toward achieving the "Millennium Development Goals" and "A World Fit for Children" in the context of

Your Children's Aid

The Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies (OACAS) released a report on the well-being of children in care.  The report makes recommendations for changes i