With each new spring blossom, we are reminded of the gardeners, the proud caretakers who tend to each sprout's new beginnings. This spring, let's celebrate our own nurturers, the caregivers in our lives. Since 1920, the Child Welfare League of America (CWLA) has created new beginnings for children
The CWLA National Blueprint asserts that we all share responsibility for assuring the safety and well-being of children and youth. To help them flourish, leaders at every level and in all realms must ensure that individuals, families, organizations and systems collaborate, communicate, create and
Hundreds of child welfare professionals are heading to Capitol Hill to advocate for policies that raise the bar for children and their families. Will you join them? Advocacy Day, a main event of the CWLA Annual Conference, is Tuesday, April 16th. Guided by the CWLA 2013 Legislative Agenda and
On April 16th, the Supreme Court will be hearing the case, Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl, involving the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA). For 35 years, ICWA has promoted best child welfare practice by requiring proper notice and active efforts to preserve family and community ties before placement.