Archive for the Research Category

One Vision One Voice launches Practice Framework aimed at supporting better outcomes for African Canadians in child welfare

The publication of the two-volume Practice Framework, One Vision One Voice: Changing the Ontario Child Welfare System to Better Serve African Canadians, is a historic event for both the child welfare sector and the African Canadian community in Ontario. The Framework, which was launched at a one-day […]

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One Vision One Voice Practice Framework Set to Launch at September 29 Symposium

On September 29th, the One Vision One Voice project will launch the Practice Framework, comprised of Part I, the Research Report, and Part II, the Race EquityPractices, at a one-day Symposium at the Sheraton Toronto Airport Hotel. Over the last year, One Vision One Voice has consulted with […]

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Human trafficking represents a growing form of child abuse in Ontario

Nancy French of York Region Children’s Aid Society discusses how pimps lure youth in care into the sex trade with promises of a better life and what child welfare and the police are doing to stop it. How did you first learn that human trafficking is an […]

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Community-led project to improve outcomes for African Canadian children in Ontario’s child welfare system

OACAS’ Kike Ojo provides an update on where the One Vision One Voice project is at. During the fall and winter, the One Vision One Voice project held 15 community consultations across the province. What was the purpose of these consultations? The purpose of gathering community feedback […]

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The Ontario Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect is the longest-running study to look at child abuse in our province

Maria Harlick, Planning and Strategy Lead at OACAS, discusses its latest findings.

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Evidence-Informed Practice in Intervening with Children Affected by Substance Abuse

Journal article by: by Deborah Goodman, Carol Baker-Lai, Carolyn Ussher, Children’s Aid Society of Toronto and Michelle Coutu, Diane Smylie, Jean Tweed Centre This evidence-informed, multi-sector, community partnership service model called, Children Affected by Substance Abuse (CASA), was developed in 2009-10 for children and families where parental […]

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