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OHCHR MIGRATION PAPERS

1 OHCHR MIGRATION PAPERS November 2005 FAMILY REUNIFICATION I. Introduction Family reunification refers to the situation where family members join another member of the family who is already living and working in another country in a regular situation.

Prospects from Korean Unification

REUNIFICATION SCENARIOS Despite the perils of prediction in relation to this issue, the scenarios of how reunification is likely to be achieved require examination as the manner of reunification will provide the basis for a unified Korea with a commensurate effect on the regional strategic landscape.

Family Reunification: What the Evidence Shows

Family Reunification: What the Evidence Shows www.childwelfare.gov 2 This material may be freely reproduced and distributed. However, when doing so, please credit Child Welfare Information Gateway.

REUNIFICATION – ‘A REALITY OR AN IMPOSSIBLE DREAM’:

UNIVERSITY OF GÖTEBORG Department of Social Work International Master of Science in Social Work REUNIFICATION - 'A REALITY OR AN IMPOSSIBLE DREAM?':

Family Reunification Research Brief

March 2002 Family Reunification What Is Family Reunification? In this Research Roundup, family reunification is defined as: The planned process of reconnecting children in out-of-home care with their families by means of a variety of services and supports to the children, their families, and ...

The Future of Children: Vol. 14, No. 1

Fred Wulczyn Reunifying children placed in foster care with their birth parents is a primary goal of the child welfare system. Yet, relatively little is known about the reunification process.

41. Family Reunification Program Overview

Update #11-01 Revised: 3/2/11 CalWORKs Handbook page 41-1 Family Reunification Program Overview 41. Family Reunification Program Overview Assembly Bill (AB) 429 provides for the continuation of CalWORKs services for the parents of children who have been removed from the home and are receiving ...

Promising Practices in Reunification

Promising Practices in Reunification Susan Dougherty For The National Resource Center for Foster Care & Permanency Planning Hunter College School of Social Work A Service of the Children's Bureau April 2004

Reunification Programs and Practices

This bibliography was compiled in May 2007. For new titles added to the Gateway database, go to: http://basis.caliber.com/cwig/ws/library/docs/gateway/SearchForm Reunification Programs and Practices 2002-present Successful Family Reunifications: The Power of Stories (Including, Evidence-Based ...

FAMILY REUNIFICATION REPORT

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) and the Commission for Children and Families (Commission) collaborated to carry out a directive from the Board of Supervisors to identify ways to improve family reunification services for children and parents and to ...