The National Indian Child Welfare Association is offering the following programs: Annual Conference Has Gone Virtual Monday, March 30–Wednesday, April 1 The 38th Annual Virtual Protecting Our Children Conference will Continue reading Upcoming Trainings from the National Indian Child Welfare Association
Under the direction of Children, Youth and Families Secretary Brian Blalock, state leaders announced in October the creation of New Mexico’s first Indian Child Welfare Act court. Only the nation’s Continue reading Court focuses on Native idea of family
CYFD, in an effort to align with the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) — a congressional law that aims to keep Native American children with Native families — created an Continue reading CYFD forging ahead with Native American court, kinship care to improve child welfare
The case centers on the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), which was designed to protect American Indian communities against state-led efforts to break up Native families. The challengers in the Continue reading The Necessity of the Indian Child Welfare Act : A case now before the Fifth Circuit threatens to upend the laws that enable Native self-governance.
Northern Arapaho leaders and state officials are looking for ways to improve a child protective services program that the tribe says needs more money from the state to be more Continue reading Tribe, state look for ways to improve child protective services
The amicus brief urges the Fifth Circuit to uphold the court’s previous decision affirming the constitutionality of IWCA. The decision the Fifth Circuit issued in August reversed an unprecedented ruling Continue reading Bipartisan, Bicameral Group of Lawmakers File Amicus Brief Supporting the Indian Child Welfare Act
Get ready for round two. Oral arguments in a closely-watched Indian Child Welfare Act case will take place on January 22, 2020. After offering a tentative date last month, 5th Continue reading Indian Child Welfare Act court hearing scheduled for January 2020