This benefit, together with other features of the latest relief package, may greatly reduce child poverty.
Focusing on the needs of Indigenous children means that foster care must be community-based and emphasize the importance of family and connections.
Social norms, practices and attitudes in African societies hinder the lives, survival and development of girls.
The fact that there's a growing number of child vendors means government interventions for vulnerable children aren't reaching everyone in need.
Providing nutritious food can ensure better health outcomes that will reach beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.
Universal screenings for childhood trauma, like the ones being implemented for California students, may cause more harm than good, a scholar argues.
There have already been two recent inquires into family court, but none of their recommendations have been rolled out.
In some Manitoba schools, educators are working to recognize that the most urgent need for children who have experienced trauma is to establish the child's sense of safety in the school.
When thousands of New Zealand children were asked what well-being meant for them, most wanted enough money for basics, good relationships and to be free from bullying, racism and discrimination.
Long before Chasten Buttigieg became a 'not-so-secret weapon' in his husband Pete Buttigieg’s presidential campaign, another same-sex couple profoundly reshaped American social policy.
Children whose families benefit from social grants and family support interventions enjoy better health, nutrition and schooling.
Amid long-standing societal and policy issues that need to be addressed, young people in care deserve special consideration and focused attention regarding how to meet their educational needs.
The diversity of families is one of the important underlying themes of the South African Child Gauge 2018.
History shows that the US court system isn't sympathetic to undocumented migrants when it comes to parental rights.
The scale and brutality of Trump's family separation policy was like nothing that has gone before.
In 2005, almost 46,000 children were adopted across borders. Ten years later, just 12,000 were. The foreign adoption system is imploding, potentially putting children's lives in danger.