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The Child Welfare Immigration Centre of Excellence (CWICE) National Conference JuneJun 12 2024 08:00am - 05:00pm America/Toronto

The Child Welfare Immigration Centre of Excellence National Conference is an opportunity for cross-sector knowledge exchange and partnerships to enhance services for children, youth, and families.

Topics to be covered in the conference include: Unaccompanied and Separated Minors, Supporting Resettled Refugees, International Students, Reunification and Placements Across Borders, Innovations in Cross-Sector Partnerships, Research on child welfare, immigration, settlement or border-related issues, and International Trends such as Surrogacy or Hague Applications.

Who should attend?

This conference is perfect for child welfare professionals, academics, settlement sector professionals, immigration officials, legal service providers, national and international NGOs, and other health, education, and social services professionals.

Please join us in a full day of networking, knowledge exchange and learning. Starting at 9 am sharp, conference participants will receive a welcome and hear an inspiring keynote address followed by a panel of speakers. After a lovely lunch together on site, participants will have the option of workshops with a national focus then an option of workshops with an international focus. The full schedule and speakers will be coming soon.

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