Staff Recipe Book – International Social Service, USA (2020)
Apostille. International Social Service, USA (January 2019)
Consular and Embassy Staff Guide On Cross-Border Child Welfare. International Social Service, USA (August 2018)
Children on the Move Guide in Spanish (Niños y Niñas en Situación de Migración). International Social Service, General Secretariat in partnership with International Social Service, USA and Saint Francis Ministries (July 2018)
Developing Sustainable Repatriation and Reintegration Programs for Children and Families Separated by Borders. Center on Immigration and Child Welfare (July 2018)
Children on the Move Guide (English), International Social Service, General Secretariat (June 2017)
The Role of Social Work in International Child Protection: Best Practices in Stakeholder Cooperation. Unifé Universidad Femenina Del Sagrado Corazón, Family Institute Magazine, Revista Persona Y Familia Nº 05 Año 2016 (Person and Family Issue No. 5). December 2016.
Addressing the Root Causes of Migration by Building and Coordinating Social Services for Children and Families Across Borders in the Northern Triangle and Beyond. CWLA, Children’s Voice, Volume 25. December 2016.
Inter-agency Guidelines on Children’s Reintegration.
International Social Service’s Position Paper on Unaccompanied Children (April 10, 2014).
Pathways to Permanency: Supporting Cross-Border Family Finding and Engagement for Children in Foster Care. University of Iowa, Transnational Law and Contemporary Problems
Pathways to Permanency: Supporting Cross-Border Family Finding and Engagement for Children in Foster Care. University of Iowa, Transnational Law and Contemporary Problems. Fall 2013.
Forgotten Families: International Family Connections for Children in the American Public Child-Welfare System. Family Law Quarterly: Symposium on Global Families. Summer 2013.
Moving Forward: Implementing the “Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children.” CELCIS, 2012. Moving Forward is a tool for informing and inspiring practitioners, organizations and governments across the globe who seek to provide the best possible rights-based care for children who are, or who may be, in need of alternative care.
Family Finding and Engagement Beyond the Bench: Working Across International Borders.Special Edition of the NCJFCJ Periodical. (February 2012.)
Strengthening Global Child Welfare Strategies: The Collective Voices of 326 years in Alternative Care (for International Youth Summit 2012) (October 2012).
Investigating the Grey Zones of Intercountry Adoption. (2012) (Editor)
International Social Service: Addressing the Need for Intercountry Case Work Chapter in Handbook of International Social Work: Human Rights, Development and the Global Profession, 2011.
The Role of Social Workers in International Legal Cooperation: Working Together to Serve the Best Interest of the Child. In publications for International Law Seminar at OAS, 2011.
CASA Judge’s Page: Finding Families for Children: Permanency and the Principle of Subsidiarity. 2010.
ISPCAN Newsletter, Summer 2010: International Social Services in the US: Serving Children and Families separated by International Borders.
CASA Judge’s Page: International Permanency Determinations: The Role of the Home Study in the Placement of Children outside of the U.S.
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