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ONE VISION ONE VOICE: Changing the Child Welfare System for African Canadians

This is a project by the African Canadian community, funded by the Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services through the Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies, to develop a Practice Framework that will improve outcomes for African Canadian children and families who come into contact with the child welfare system.

The One Vision One Voice project launched the Practice Framework, comprised of Part I, the Research Report, and Part II, the Race Equity Practices, September 29, 2016.




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