Dr. Martha Mattingly, Professor Emeritus of Applied Developmental Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh, died on February 4, 2013. Martha leaves a legacy which contributed to the development of the Child and Youth Care profession in significant ways. Among her contributions is leadership in writing and implementing the Association of Child and Youth Care Practitioners … Read more
A personal view of developments in international child care over nearly forty years
Welshman, Captain, Lecturer, Dean, European, Child Care Visionary, Man of the Hills, Family Man.
How child care workers keep in touch
A call from FICE to offer support when possible.
Conferences It’s the conference season, and here are three or four promising events which we recommend to you. From Coalface to Facebook An intriguing title for the Child Care History Network’s Conference on the use of new social media and technology to remember child care experiences. How will the history of child care be recorded … Read more
The ICSE is open for business.
An opportunity for residential child care workers to shape their profession
Including Residential Education / Care Day, South Africa, the age of criminal responsibility, CCCF and wellbeing, children’s books, secure accommodation and Mittel Appenzell.
Towards the end of October 2009, Macedonia hosted the conference of the Federal Council of FICE International, which is – in accordance with the usual schedule – organised twice a year by a national committee. FICE Macedonia acted as the host on this occasion. Its National Section is part of FICE Southeast Europe and has … Read more
FICE-Hungary : what a professional association can achieve
FICE-Hungary 20th Anniversary Conference