Freedom to Discriminate: Breaking Down Fulton v. City of Philadelphia
On this week’s podcast, we discuss New York’s new legal path to visits for parents whose rights have been terminated; trends in juvenile incarceration; and the return of early child welfare legal advocacy to the city that birthed it.
Christina Remlin, the lead counsel for Children’s Rights, help us break down the decision in the recent Supreme Court case over the right of faith-based child welfare providers to choose who they will work with based on religious beliefs.
A Better Future for Minnesota Families: How to Improve Support for Parents in Crisis and Youth in Foster Care
New York Legislature Passes Bill Allowing Parent-Child Contact After Termination of Rights
Census of Juveniles in Residential Placement
Biennial Juvenile Incarceration Census Data Released
Early Child Welfare Legal Help Comes Back to The City That Invented It
Supreme Court Says Philadelphia Violated Catholic Child Welfare Group’s First Amendment Rights