Training in Connecticut

Training in Connecticut Elaine Weisman (top left), International Social Service, USA (ISS-USA) ‘s Program and Training Manager, traveled to Hartford, Connecticut in early January to train staff and supervisors from Connecticut Department of Children and Families (DCF) . Connecticut DCF began contracting with ISS-USA in 2018 to provide services for children in their care when they have family in…

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Protecting Children at Risk of Irregular Migration

Protecting Children at Risk of Irregular Migration ISS-USA’s Director of External Partnerships and International Services, Dr. Felicity Sackville Northcott, attended The Protection of Children at Risk of Irregular Migration forum hosted by ChildFund Alliance, in partnership with UNICEF, on December 4th, 2018 in New York City. This forum brought together more than 60 representatives of civil society, UN agencies,…

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ISS-USA Staff Volunteers On Giving Tuesday

ISS-USA Staff Volunteers on Giving Tuesday                 On Giving Tuesday, November 27, 2018, teams of staff members from ISS-USA volunteered at two different nonprofit organizations in their hometown of Baltimore, Maryland. The first team volunteered at PACT – Kennedy Krieger Institute and the second at Commodore John Rodgers Elementary/Middle School.

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Responding to the Border Crisis

Responding to the Border Crisis International Social Service, USA (ISS-USA) was invited to attend a meeting organized by the International Committee of the Red Cross in El Salvador entitled, “Responses throughout the Northern Triangle: Coordination of Legal, Psychosocial and Reintegration Strategies in Response to Zero Tolerance”. The meeting, which took place from November 8-9 in San Salvador, El Salvador, brought together…

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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.