This year, #NationalSiblingsDay was a top trending topic on social media. Sibling relationships can be extraordinarily important in providing emotional support, stability, and a sense of connection in our lives.
Daphnie Ordóñez reflects on her internship at Children’s Rights and how universities, like her own, can support foster children.
Ira Lustbader reflects on the closing of the foster care reform campaign in Tennessee, which has now become a road map of hope for kids in foster care.
Elissa Glucksman Hyne, senior policy analyst for Children’s Rights, was recently interviewed about the issues faced by children who age out of foster care.
March is Women’s History Month and highlights the contributions of women to history and society. Here are three women who are trailblazers in their respective fields that you might not know experienced the child welfare system firsthand.
Thousands of immigrant minors in New York will potentially have a chance at permanent residency thanks to a federal judge’s recent ruling.
One Texas Trooper’s very good idea for helping kids and combating sex trafficking is getting national attention.
Children’s Rights and our partners have reached a settlement agreement in our case brought on behalf of over 1,900 children in foster care in Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties.
SB 211 would have allowed faith-based child welfare agencies that receive government funding to discriminate against a wide range of individuals on the basis of “religious freedom.” We must ensure that Georgia continues to put the best interests of children first.
It seems almost every day we learn something new about the horrible treatment of migrant children in the U.S. But this week brought a series of particularly heinous revelations.