As His Influence Peaks in Child Welfare Field, a ‘Family Defenders’ Leader Retires
After a 50-year legal career, Martin Guggenheim's critiques of child welfare have more widespread support than ever as he retires.
With Lived Experience, Don’t Ask If You Don’t Plan to Act
To really help families with child welfare experience, we must build trust, listen without agenda and commit to making family-driven changes.
Dorothy Roberts’ New Book Expands Call for Foster Care ‘Abolition,’ Prompting Praise and Debate
In her most recent book, Dorothy Roberts says the child welfare system must be abolished and replaced, not reformed.