In our work with the international child care community, we are part of a two-way learning process. This makes sense because concern about the welfare of children who don't have parental care is a global one.

We are working towards making a difference to the outcomes and life chances of care experienced children and young people right here in Scotland, but our influence and expertise in the development and reform of care systems is also recognised internationally. We work with a tremendous range of international partners to exchange our knowledge and expertise through our advice, consultancy and training services across all areas of child care policy and practice.

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CELCIS publications

Changing mind-sets and pioneering social work in Tajikstan: Evaluation of setting up pilot fostering project

In this evaluation, we report on the initial set up of a pilot fostering project in Tajikistan.

Case Study

Moving Forward: Implementing the ‘Guidelines for the alternative care of children’

Moving Forward provides practical guidance on alternative care provision for children.