International Social Service, USA (ISS-USA)’s New “Guide for Consular and Embassy Staff on Cross Border Child Welfare”

International Social Service, USA (ISS-USA)’s “Guide for Consular and Embassy Staff on Cross Border Child Welfare” outlines the resources available to consular staff to support their citizen children in state or federal protection programs, assist families looking to reunify, and protect vulnerable adults. See the full guide on our publications page here: http://iss-usa.org/news-press/publications/.

ISS-USA Celebrates Season of Giving By Partnering with #GivingTuesday

ISS-USA Celebrates Season of Giving By Partnering with #GivingTuesday Contact: Marie Blum International Social Service, USA 443.451.1200 communications@iss-usa.org   International Social Service, USA Celebrates #GivingTuesday and Advocates for Vulnerable Children and Families BALTIMORE, MD – This #GivingTuesday, International Social Service, USA (ISS-USA) will celebrate giving by advocating for vulnerable children and families around the World…

ISS-USA Welcomes Fall 2018 Interns

ISS-USA Welcomes New Fall 2018 Interns We are excited to welcome our new Fall 2018 interns: Arielle (Ari) Stockbridge, Community Action Social Policy (CASP) Intern, Alanna Hays, Intercountry Case Management Intern, and Morgan Drayton and Elizabeth Schaeffer, both Fund Development and Communications interns. To learn more about them, check out their bios below: Arielle (Ari)…

Children On The Move Manual is Now Available In Spanish

Children On The Move Manual is Now Available In Spanish Children on the Move–A Free Best Practices Manual Addressing Needs of Children and Families Migrating throughout the Americas BALTIMORE, Maryland – Children on the Move – a detailed guide of best practices to aid those working with migrating children and families throughout the Americas – is now translated…