Our policy recommendations pave the way for lasting reform.
Children’s Rights policy staff work closely with our legal teams on our reform campaigns, zeroing in on fundamental problems within failing child welfare systems and proposing potential solutions.
Our policy recommendations are based on thorough research into best practices nationwide, helping us identify the strategies most likely to produce the best results for children. We also draw on Children’s Rights’ own extensive experience in reforming failing child welfare systems nationwide, applying and adapting approaches that have proven successful in our past efforts to help other systems solve similar problems.
And we complement these efforts with advocacy at the national level, conducting studies and issuing major reports designed to show how better public policy can bring about big improvements in the lives of our nation’s abused and neglected children.
Learn More About Our Research and Advocacy On:
- Child Abuse and Neglect
- Foster Care
- Workforce and Systemic Issues
- Child Welfare in New York City
Or visit our Publications + Multimedia section for a complete collection of our policy reports.