Archive: Announcements

Training of Facilitators Workshop: Singing to the Lions

March 23, 2017

Become a Facilitator of Singing to the Lions by joining our experiential workshop in Arusha, Tanzania. Training Option 1:  August 31-September 2 , 2017 or (directly before REPSSI’s PSS Forum; Mount Meru hotel in Arusha) Singing to the Lions is a new workshop tool by Dr. Jonathan Brakarsh of Zimbabwe and Catholic Relief Services that helps children and youth develop… View Article

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Project Director, 4Children Uganda

The 4Children Uganda Project Director will be responsible for overall leadership, management, and oversight of the two projects’ activities. This includes monitoring of timelines and outputs, ensuring adherence to technical and financial policies, guidelines, and standards of excellence, overseeing local implementing partner grant compliance, control and monitoring of project activities and expenses, compliance with donor requirements, project reporting and external representation of the project.
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Webinar: Building the Evidence Base for Social Service Workforce Strengthening

October 27, 2016

  Wednesday, November 9, 2016 10:00am – 11:00am, EST, Washington DC Effectively planning, developing and supporting the workforce is at the core of meeting the ever-expanding social service needs. Although there are reports and anecdotal success stories of what has worked in strengthening the workforce, research evidence has been widely scattered and not readily accessible… View Article

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International Social Service’s 6th Annual Fall Conference

September 7, 2016

ISS-USA’s 6th Annual Conference, The Ties That Bind: Exploring the Causes and Consequences of Children Separated From Their Families Across International Borders, will focus on the legal and human rights of children separated from their biological families across international borders. The 6th Annual Conference will bring together experts in the fields of law, child protection, and human rights, as well as family members who have been successfully reunited.

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