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Camargo Corrêa Institute supports debate on sheltering children and adolescents without a family

Thursday, June 20, 2013 - 16:48
Camargo Corrêa Institute also develops other actions targeted at children, such as the Ideal Childhood project Camargo Corrêa Institute also develops other actions targeted at children, such as the Ideal Childhood project

Tomorrow, June 21, the auditorium of the Public Prosecution Office of São Paulo will host the 1st Inter-institutional Colloquium of the Network for Social Protection and Quality of the Sheltering Services for Children and Adolescents, supported by Camargo Corrêa Institute. The Colloquium is organized by the Association of Centers for Study and Research on Children and Adolescents (Neca), a partner of ICC in the execution of projects under the Ideal Childhood program.

With the purpose of debating and deepening the knowledge on the offer and quality of services of social attention targeted at children and adolescents separated from their families, the event will be made up of two round tables with speakers specialized in the subject.

The first round table will focus on Services of sheltering and social protection: some views on the subject. The second round table approaches the theme Protection of children, adolescents and youths in situations of high vulnerability.

Still during the Colloquium, two books that were sponsored by Camargo Corrêa Institute will be launched and distributed for free to attendants. They are "Novos rumos do acolhimento institucional" [New paths for institutional sheltering], by Maria Lúcia Carr Ribeiro Gulassa, and "Novos rumos para o trabalho com famílias" [New paths for work with families], by Maria Ignez Costa Moreira.

Click here to see the complete program of the event.

1° Colóquio Interinstitucional da Rede de Proteção Social e Qualidade dos Serviços de Acolhimento de Crianças e Adolescentes

Date: June 21, 2013, at 8 am
Venue: Auditório Queiroz Filho - Ministério Público do Estado de São Paulo - Rua Riachuelo, 115 - Centro