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Best of the Best: Are We Solving the Wrong Problem in Child Welfare?, with Jerry Milner
Reimagining the child welfare system of the future. This episode originally aired on July 29, 2021.
Reframing Childhood Adversity with Julie Sweetland
What if the way we message about the problems of child abuse and childhood adversity makes it harder to solve them?
How Accurate Is Memory After 20 Years?, with Gail Goodman, Ph.D.
In recent years, many adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse have come forward to seek justice, disclosing painful memories of traumatic events from decades before; now, new research explores how
Prevention, Healing, & Justice: A Blueprint for Action, with Dr. Daniela Ligiero
What do we really know about violence against children—and what would it mean if thousands of organizations banded together to demand changes to better support families and protect children?
Do Anti-Poverty Programs Reduce Child Abuse?, with Dr. Hank Puls
Could investing more in anti-poverty programs not only reduce poverty in the U.S. but also reduce child abuse and neglect?
Taking Stock: The Plan to End Child Abuse Deaths, Five Years On, with Amy Harfeld, Caitlin Andrews, and Lia Russell
Five years ago, a federal commission came up with 114 recommendations to reduce child abuse fatalities, and now we’re taking stock to see what’s changed—or hasn’t changed—since then.
Are We Solving the Wrong Problem in Child Welfare? with Dr. Jerry Milner
Reimagining the child welfare system of the future.
The Child-Trafficking-to-Adult-Prostitution Pipeline, with Yasmin Vafa
The connections between child sexual abuse, sex trafficking, and the adult sex trade—and how full decriminalization of adult prostitution could end up harming kids.
Radically Vulnerable: Achieving Justice for Survivors, with Marci Hamilton
CHILD USA’s Prof. Marci Hamilton joins us to discuss the legal landscape for survivors of child sexual abuse—and what else society must do to protect children.
Housing Instability and Child Welfare, with Maya Brennan
The Urban Institute’s Maya Brennan joins us to examine the out-size impact that housing instability has on family well-being.