Although the proceeding only involved one child, it’s being closely watched because the non-Indian foster couple is being represented by the Goldwater Institute. The conservative-leaning organization, which is based in Continue reading Gila River Indian Community Weighs Options After Losing Indian Child Welfare Act Case
Minnesota has more American Indian children in foster care than any other state, including those with significantly larger Indian populations, according to a Star Tribune analysis of federal and state Continue reading In Minnesota, American Indian Kids are in a Foster Care Crisis
When it was first passed into federal law nearly 40 years ago, the Indian Child Welfare Act was a beacon of hope for many in the Native American community who considered the Continue reading Report: Compliance with Indian Child Welfare Act Spotty
Interior Secretary Says Changes To Indian Child Welfare Act ‘Close Loopholes.’ Oregon Public Broadcasting. June 10, 2016. BIA announces final ICWA rule revisions. Native Times. June 9, 2010. Breaking: BIA Continue reading Media Coverage of the New ICWA Regulations
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — President Barack Obama on Friday signed into law a measure meant to bolster protections for Native American children placed into the tribal foster care system. The Continue reading Obama signs bill protecting children in tribal foster care
Title: What is Measured is What is Done: Methods to Measure Compliance with the Indian Child Welfare Act. Author: Williams, Jason R. et al. Cite: 4 American Indian Law Journal Continue reading Article: What is Measured is What is Done: Methods to Measure Compliance with the Indian Child Welfare Act.
Grant Posted April 29, 2016 Funding Opportunity Title: Standing Announcement for Tribal Title IV-E Plan Development Grants Full Grant Information at Grants.Gov. The purpose of this funding opportunity announcement (FOA) Continue reading Tribal Title IV-E Plan Development Grants from The Administration for Children and Families