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WorldForum 2010 - A world fit for children: Advancing the global movement

WorldForum 2010 - A world fit for children: Advancing the global movement

The 21st annual summit of the International Forum for Child Welfare (IFCW), an annual gathering of leaders in child welfare dedicated to the rights and well being of children globally.

8-11 November 2010 | IBM Learning Center, Palisades, New York, USA

This year's theme, sets the stage for 500 delegates from 40 nations to take stock of current successes and obstacles; to share cutting edge research, innovative solutions, and best practices; and to plan for future action.  Young people will participate through an integrated and parallel forum.  Together with the IFCW, co-hosts for the summit will be The Committee for Hispanic Children and Families, Inc. (CHCF), Mentoring USA and Mentoring USA/Italia. 



03.05.2016
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