All around the world, for many different reasons, hundreds of thousands of children cannot live with their parents. The UN Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children set out the principals for policy and practice that have been agreed upon globally, to help towards tackling this issue.
Now it's your chance to take part in this first free massive online open course (MOOC) which delves into what the UN Guidelines look like in practice.
By the end of this 6 week interactive course you'll better understand the key principals, pillars and implications of the UN Guidelines, taking in views from across the world.
Open to all, the course is for everyone interested in or responsible for children's care including:
During this course, you'll have access to a mixture of learning materials at a time and place that suits you:
Don't miss your chance to take part!
The course was developed by CELCIS and the University of Strathclyde and will be delivered through FutureLearn, the social learning platform.
When: 15 May 2017
Duration: 6 weeks
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