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We welcome you to our fort coming conference on

Child Welfare and Development Strategies”

Due to commence from 3rd to 10th December 2007,

GWCD House at 1947 18th Avenue

Calgary T2E 7T8, Canada.

 

Who We Are and What We Do? GWCD is an association of nearly 800 public and private nonprofit agencies that assist more than 3.5 million abused and neglected children and their families each year with a range of services.

GWCD: Fact Sheet

The Global Welfare on Child Development (GWCD), the nation’s oldest and largest membership-based child welfare organization has been known and respected as a champion for children since 1920. Our primary objective, and the title of both our current strategic plan and our National Framework for Community Action, is Making Children a National Priority. To do that, we must engage the globe in promoting the well being of children and young people and protecting them from harm.

Right now, millions of our children and young people lack the prerequisites for success, like adequate housing, health care, and nutrition. Thousands are exiled to the outskirts of opportunity. In 2002, reports of abuse and neglect involved more than 2.8 million children, and three children died every day from maltreatment.

In the face of this ongoing tragedy, GWCD holds up the vision of Canadian in each families, neighborhoods, communities, organizations, and governments work together to ensure that all our children have the opportunity to grow up healthy and strong. GWCD reshapes priorities, one community at a time, by bringing people together around common goals, sharing ideas that have been shown to work, and facilitating collaboration across sectors and systems.

Whereas some GWCD staff members share expertise that strengthens the management and operation of local agencies, others work on Develop/under developing countries and in the statehouses to promote policies that benefit children and oppose those that could do them harm. Still others work to shape new, more effective approaches to working with children and families, or to promote those that are proven. The result: new resources for proven programs, better coordination of services, more efficient program management, and more effective service delivery.

GWCD’s greatest strength is its members- nearly 800 public and private child-serving agencies from coast to coast. National GWCD programs and expertise reflect the scope of member agency services, spanning adoption, adolescent pregnancy prevention and teen parenting, child day care, child protection, children affected by incarceration, family foster care, group residential care, housing and homelessness, kinship care, juvenile justice, mental health, positive youth development, substance abuse prevention and treatment, and a range of community services that strengthen and support parents and families. GWCD projects that involve young people and family members engage them as active participants, not just as recipients of services.

 

         
   


As the nationally recognized standard-setter for child welfare services, GWCD provides direct support to agencies that serve children and families, improving the quality of the services they provide to more than nine million children every year. Through its programs, publications, research, conferences, professional development, and consultation, GWCD speaks with authority and candor about the status and the needs of Canadian children, young people, and families. The GWCD Research to Practice Initiative exists to unite the worlds of practice and research. The Research and Evaluation Unit adds to the growing body of evidence-based knowledge about services that really work. Sophisticated technical assistance, data analysis, and research capacity ensure that programs and services achieve their greatest potential, which actions are guided by accurate and up-to-date data, and that results are shared to truly make a difference.

GWCD is a 501(c)(3) organization supported by membership and consulting fees, publication sales, grants and contracts from federal and state governments, foundation and corporate grants, and individual contributions. GWCD is committed to respecting diversity and maintaining continuous progress toward the goal of cultural competence.

Our Mission and Vision

The Global Welfare on Child Development is the nation’s oldest and largest membership-based child welfare organization. We are committed to engaging people everywhere in promoting the well being of children, youth, and their families and protecting every child from harm.

We envision a future in which families, neighborhoods, communities, organizations, and governments ensure that all children and youth are provided with the resources they need to grow into healthy, contributing members of society.

Values

Every child and every youth has value to society.

Every child and youth is entitled to nurturance, protection, the chance to develop to his or her full human potential, and opportunities to contribute to the common good.

The family and the child welfare system both have specific responsibilities, but society at large shares the responsibility for promoting healthy human growth and development.

Children and youth thrive, or fail to thrive, in the context of families, kinship systems, and communities. Our work must recognize and value these connections.

The agencies and organizations that comprise GWCD have come together because we share a common mission and because we value interdependence: We know we are stronger together than alone.

The shared values that bind this learning organization include openness, trust, accountability, and a commitment to continuous quality improvement.

Aim and Objective

Working with and through its member agencies, Global Welfare on Child Development is committed to activities, which achieve these goals:

To develop and disseminate practice standards as benchmarks for high-quality services that protects children / youths and strengthens families and neighborhoods;

To promote high-quality services through training, consultation, conferences, publications, and other membership services;

To formulate and promote public policies at every level those contribute to the well being of children, youths, families, and neighborhoods;

To ensure that all child welfare services are provided in a manner that demonstrates respect for the cultural and ethnic diversity of our neighborhoods and our nation;

To promote open exchange of data, resources, and ideas within and across systems that serve children, youth, and families and to be a conduit for that information;

To serve children, youth, and families by continually strengthening our member agencies and this, their national organization.

Welcome Note

GWCD hosts several conferences and training sessions annually. This conference and training sessions focus on a broad range of topics, and give member agencies' staff and boards, as well as others in the field, a chance to network with their peers and continue their professional development. Our ears are perked- GWCD wants to hear what you have to say in 2007. This year's Global Conference, Children 2007: Child Welfare and Development Strategies, will offer you-our member agencies and other child advocates-the chance to meet face-to-face, to initiate discussions and collaborations, to showcase best-practice models, and to vocalize your concerns about issues affecting children and families in one-on- one meetings with lawmakers. By raising our voices collectively, we can make the world a better place for our nation's most vulnerable children.

What better place to amplify our voices than in the Nation? The Montreal visits and state caucuses that take center stage on the second day of every GWCD Global Conference are one important face of our work. They are advocacy in action. The plenary sessions, workshops, meetings of task forces and working groups, and informal networking that goes on around the conference are equally essential.

In this time of heightened competition for ever-scarcer resources, when World struggling children and families most need us, it is more important than ever that we learn from and inspire each other. Lifting up proven practices is one of the things that GWCD does best. But even first-rate programs are ineffective without broad-based, continuing support. To sustain our efforts, we depend on good policy, good partners, and strong voices. As this 2007 conference on Child Welfare and Development Strategies, will bring host of 
diverse mix of delegates, including Ministers and representatives of Child Welfare and Development and interested governments, United Nations agencies, international organizations, youth, researchers, civil society and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and the private sector.

 

Date/location of Conference

This fort annual conference on Child Welfare and Development Strategies, which institute to bring participants form all work of life, is due to commence from Monday 3rd – Monday 10th December 2007 at the GWCD House at 1947 18th Avenue Calgary T2E 7T8 , Canada

 

                           

Advertise/Exhibit at the Conference

Background

Location: GWCD House at 1947 18th Avenue Calgary T2E 7T8, Canada

Dates: 3rd to 10th December 2007

Topic: Child Welfare and Development Strategies

Agenda:
Focus areas include:

Best and Promising Practices for children

Information/Data/Research in growth

Collaboration - public/private/community

Advocacy - legislative/consumer/community

Marketing/Messaging/Building Public Will /understands their plight

Systems Integration for Successful Outcomes.

 

Target Audience:
Board leaders, CEOs, frontline social workers, administrators, students, foster and adoptive parents, legislators, child advocates, child welfare practitioners, political leaders, child care workers, supervisors, program managers, administrators, policymakers, educators, judges and other court personnel, juvenile justice professionals, law enforcement professionals, behavioural health practitioners, researchers, evaluators, service consumers, and other professionals who work with children.

Expected Attendance: 1,200+

Advertising Opportunities

Advertise in the Conference Final Program
Materials Deadline: 10 December, 2007

Exhibit your product or service at the conference
Deadline: 10th, 2007

Provide "Free-take-one" materials for handout at the conference
Deadline: December 10th, 2007.

Program Schedule:

 

All participants will receive details on program schedule for event at the gate of entry, due to security reason.

Distinguish Guest of Honour

                             

Dr. Robert L. Forward                              Prof. Roy Howell

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Madam Morin Gregory                                    Sir. Dave Fussner

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Nne Stephan Castro                                      Ms. Elizabeth Walkman

 

 

Monday 3rd , Tuesday 4th  December

 

Pre-conference Institute 1

 


Wednesday 5th, Thursday 6th December

8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 

Pre-conference Institute 2

10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 

Pre-conference Institute 3

1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 

Pre-conference Institute 4

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 

Pre-conference Institute 5

 


Friday 7th , Saturday 8th  December

10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 

Opening General Session

1:30 p.m. 

Executive Leadership Institute

1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. 

Workshop Session A

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 

Workshop Session B

6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 

Reception

8:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. 

Movie Night

8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. 

Hill Day General Session

10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 

Workshop Session C

12:15 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. 

Regional & State Caucuses

1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 

Congressional Visits

7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. 

Awards Dinner

 


Sunday 9th , December

8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 

Super Session Panels (morning)

8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. 

Super Session Panels (full day)

12:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. 

Awards Luncheon and Closing Address

2:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. 

Post-conference Forum

 

Monday 14th

8 ; 30 pm  -7 ; 30pm 

 Exhibition

 

Registration Instructions for Invitees

Submit a separate registration for each group, or persons attending the conference.

GWCD encourages early registration in advance.

Early registration obligatory and ends on 30/10/2007.

Cancellations must be received in writing before 27/11/2007.

Conference registration charges are not included in the program hence our donors have taking care of all applicant/s registration fees.

Interested delegate must book and pay their reservations with the recommended Hotels. Room availability and special rates are guarantee until 30/11/2007 or until space is filled.

GWCD reserves the right to cancel any workshop at any time.

CEUs will be available. More details on this will be giving to participant/s in the conference port of entry.

Please be familiar with the topic as information as regard to the program might be needed of you.

For questions concerning program content, please contact GWCD 2007 Global Conference by e-mail cwds2007@yahoo.com or by fax:-15016414476

If your registration is received on or before 30/10/2007, a confirmation letter will be sent to the email address you provided. If you do not receive a confirmation letter, please contact the Conference Secretarial at  cwds2007@yahoo.com

 

Organizing Committee

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    Hon. Forrest Bishop,            Proff. Paul Carpentier                Mrs. Julia Lacquement (Hon)     Sir. Alan tuntu.Chan 

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               Ms.Ba.Julie McGalliard                                           Dr. Rosalina Petersen                              Ba. Syne Mitchell

 

Responsibilities for Arrangements
The Conference Organizers are responsible for all conference arrangements, including meeting facilities and rooms, hotel accommodation, security, communications, hospitality, protocol, delegate services, and all other administrative support In the Canada.

For recommended and Invited Delegates Only: Correspondence and enquiries on arrangements, please contact the organizers Committee Secretary General.

          Secretary                                                                               Asst Secretary

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                                  Email. cwds2007@yahoo.com                                                Email.  cwds2007@yahoo.com                                 

  Fax.- 123456789     Fax,- 15016414476

                                  Phone +1-404-4186618               

                                                                                                                                                                                            

                                                                                                                                                      Our Host speaker

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                                                                    All correspondence should coming through the

                                                                     Hon.Sir Johnson D.Bricks 

                                                                     GWCD secretary general for the conference program

                                                                                                                                                 

 

                                                                                                                                                                              

Pre-registration                                                                                                                            

All Delegates must pre-register by email or faxing to the Secretary organizing Committee, their names and passport numbers (if any). When faxing their pre-registration, they should include their official e-mail address, fax and telephone numbers. Pre-registration can also be done by e-mail

Please returns by fax or email all forms to the Secretary Generals offices at  cwds2007@yahoo.com  or fax 15016414476

All delegates will be issued photo identification/badges that must be shown for access at conference venue. This will be mailed to only fully registered delegates.

 

Abstract presentation

 Interested delegates will have to present their abstract to the committee center before the last week to the conference program

 

Exhibition fees.

The exhibition fees collected shall be allocated to charitable homes on child welfare matters, around the globe. Especially those with HIV/Aid, Malaria and other deadly diseases. We need NGO`s and charitable home, like minded individual to file in their organization names/contact information and submit their proposal of her annual budget to the GWCD Secretariat of allocation. GWCD annual allocation board unit during the conference program Ontario, Canada. As part of our obligation and commitment to child welfare. We expect the under developed Nations to be the first front to benefit, from our allocation budget scheme to make sure 98 Nations are benefited from this scheme around the world, at least two charitable home from one country to spread these wealth across the globe.

 

Presentation of Awards

                                    Representatives of Nations, NGO`s Governmental institution, Like minded delegates will

                                    be issued award as part of our on going process and will be issued by the GWCD female

                                    contingence.  

                                                    

         

Entry Requirements

Column. A. -International delegates must be in possession of valid travel documents for entry into Canada.

Column B.- Interested Applicant/s without Travelling Document should contact the Canadian Immigration and Citizenship via the Email or fax below  for the UN Emergency Travelling Document .

In order to facilitate visa issuance, the organizing committee will render visa assistance to all participants requiring entry visas to Canada pending when we receive the official filled registration forms. Delegates requiring visas should apply Through the Canadian Immigration and Citizenship, as they will undergo the Immigration Services protocols. As your visa will be process from the Canadian Bureau of Immigrant Affairs by the special influence of top Canadian officials who have all fought to see the reality of this event. Meanwhile, as you may have to contact the Canadian Immigration and Citizenship for the visa procurement. They will fax to you the confirmation of your visas and a copy to the Canadian high Commission or consular section at the Canadian Embassy in your country or the nearest Canadian Embassy close to your country of resident. You will only appear at the embassy for the issuance of the visa seals in your passports and ETC (if applicable). You must appear at the Embassy with the correct information forwarded to the Canadian Immigration and Citizenship during the processing of your documents. A slip will be forwarded to you to take to the Canadian Embassy, High Commission or Consulate nearest to you with your contact information send to them

For contact information for visa procurement, contact the Canadian Immigration and Citizenship.

Email. – gov_ca@yahoo.ca

fax- 1-267-430-1157

Phone +1-404-4186618

 

Flight and Ticketing.

Our independent donors have also made available sponsorship for participant’s flights tickets routing from participant’s home country to Canada and back to participant/s home country. All delegate will receive the all round tickets at the airline sales office in their country. Delegates arriving in Canada from abroad will be required to complete customs and immigration formalities at the initial point of entry. The Organizing team will provide delegate transportation back to International Airport at the end of the conference program.

 

Arrivals/Departures and Transportation
Delegates will be meant on arrival at the Canadian Airport and escorted to their assigned hotels. Buses will be available for transport to the GWCD conference centre and back to their hotels respectively.

 

Special information.

Delegates should note that this conference program is only open to sister NGO,s  UN/Government bodies, like minded agencies and must be on recommendation.

 

Hotels and accommodation.

Applicant/s putting in for this 7 days conference program titled. - Child Welfare and Development Strategies (3rd - 10th December 2007) would have to book from both hotels reserved for delegates. This is done so as to help the Canadian Authority monitor the number of participant/s in and out of Canada in respect to this conference program.

 

                     

Overview

The huge Gamma-Delta compound offers a broad program of business services for visiting business people. At their service there are six conference halls accommodating from 1600 to 2880 people. All conference halls are provided with Internet capability, including radio access (Wi-Fi).

Our 1500 spacious guest rooms and luxurious suites are supported by 70,000 square feet of meeting space, Planners can choose from three dining rooms. Attendees can enjoy Howler’s Sports Bar, heated indoor pool and water park, outdoor pool and water park, wagon rides, and bonfires. In addition, our adjacent golf course (Cold Water Canyon) has expanded to a complete 18 holes - with the feature hole directly across from our resort!

The Convention Centre has an extraordinary view with windows overlooking the Wisconsin River. Plus, there is a connected deck. Area for outside breaks. Besides the flexibility of the Convention Centre, other Board Rooms, Meeting Rooms and Presidential Suites (with seating from 10 to 150 people) offer a great opportunity for even more interaction. In addition, each of these meeting areas offers a special feature - such as a view of the outdoor pool, a Southwest Fireplace, or 24 Reclining Board Room Chairs with a handmade hardwood log table. Gamma-Delta shopping complex is inculcated to suite costumers needs.

For contact information.

Gamma Delta Hotel ,

2487 39th Avenue NE, Calgary,

Alberta T2E 8V8, Canada

Email,- gd.hotel@yahoo.com

Telefax,- 16107443367

 

 

                   

Overview
The elegant Hotel Quantico is located in a beautiful setting in grassland yet only a stone's throw from Alberta city centre and financial districts. With its 692 newly refurbished rooms, excellent restaurant, first-class conference and banqueting facilities and rooftop saunas with swimming pool and exercise room, the Strand is an ideal choice for anyone who appreciates top-quality service delivered with efficiency and friendliness.

Contact us at. –

Hotel Quantico

708 80th avenue SW Calgary,

AB T2P 1H2 , Canada

Email,- hQuantico@mail.com

Fax- 12674802672

 

Simultaneous Interpretation and working documents
Simultaneous interpretation will be provided in English Language, French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic and Chinese.

 

Telephone and Fax Services
International direct dialling is available in all hotel guest rooms, with charges added to the guest's account. Calling cards for international telephone calls are available for sale at a number of convenience and other shops and drug stores. During the events, telephone and fax services will also be available at the Delegates' Business Centre. A number of services will be available to delegates at the Delegates' Business Centre, located at the various meeting locations. These services will include: photocopying, faxing, e-mail, Internet access, message drop-off and pick-up, and changes to travel arrangements.

 

Medical and Health Services
A nursing station will be available to delegates during meeting hours. Delegates may wish to check with their local health offices for specific recommendations. Delegates are responsible for paying their own emergency medical, surgical, dental and hospital expenses

 

Currency
Delegate/s is expected to use the Canadian Dollars while Canada. However it’s recommended that you exchange your currency at a bank or financial institution, or use a banking machine, to obtain the best exchanging rate.

 

Message from The GWCD National Superintendent

Global Welfare on Child Development   - Their hope is our greatest priority of all the tools at our

disposal to promote the security of people, none offers greater potential than the one you are using

 right now. Yet, for all of its promise, this powerful medium has not been used to its fullest. We are

only at the beginning of the curve in determining the potential of this new tool. As we see the explosion

 in dot.com enterprises, e-commerce and integrated networks that is driving the private sector,

 we need an equivalent burst to serve the public good - to advance the welfare and safety and

development of individuals. For none is that need greater than for children who are put at extreme

 risk by war and conflict every day. In too many places and in too many instances. The GWCD saw

 the act as human shields, stripped of their identities and callously.

Whether in the streets of Canada or Bosnian, children have rarely been so vulnerable. The International Conference is an attempt to address this crisis by putting children first. In Canada people will have a voice along with those of us in government and civil society. And that voice will be heard like never before by means of this technology. Our record as an international community has been mixed: often failure to respond in time, with adequate will and with sufficient resources to end the suffering of young people. Bissau will be an important venue to examine why that is and to explore new ways of acting and building the necessary capacity and will, so that we do not repeat the failures of the past. Tomorrow’s international security depends on our efforts today at finding solutions to the cultures of Child development and impunity that endanger children's lives and jeopardize their future. I hope that we come away from this conference having sustained the hope of millions who have lost all in helplessness that an international community does exist that is willing to hold up the basic dignity of humankind.

 


A Message from the GWCD Program Administrator

The theme of this conference displays the aim for the International Conference on Child Welfare and

Development Strategies. The first message is loud and clear that 70% of Children around the global

 are victims of Circumstances, and cruelty, they have been stripped of security and safety. Although

peace may eventually come, these youths/children will be permanently scarred from their experiences.

But this conference will send out an even more potential message of hope that these children are

emerging from turmoil towards a brighter future where they will be given the tools they need to take

 control of their right. From our experience working with Child Welfare and Development Strategies, we have seen that they can become peace builders and act as agents of change within their communities. They can chart a future for themselves by overcoming the Challenges that has marked their lives so far. To this end, Canada is taking a leadership role by encouraging world leaders and governments institution to do more to not only protect those children embroiled in on cared for, but also to help those who have survived this crisis to build new lives in youths During this conference in Canada. I will be encouraging by my international colleagues to adopt several specific approaches in their programming, including an increased emphasis on education and health-care facilities, to ensure these children have every advantage available to help them rebuild their young lives. I invite all Canadian and international colleagues to take a few moments to read the information on this conference. With your engagement and your support, we can make a difference.

 

Vote of Thanks

 

 


 

             

  

A Photograph GWCD Board of Members after the 2006 conference on Child Abuse/Child right in Frankfurt, Germany

 

A wonderful time was experienced at the Conference on Child Abuse/Child right in Frankfurt, Germany from March 29 - April 1, 2006 as over 1,800 people attended the various social events and educational sessions.  The Trade Show was a highlight as many Common wealth Nation’s, NGO`s Stake holders, international communities and Government parastatal exhibited and gave valuable information to all the delegates.  Thanks to all who attended and those bodies that supplied sponsorship and door prizes.  We value your contribution to the success of the conference.

 

Acknowledgement

We would not leave aside our sponsors who have done everything in making sure that this conference comes into existence. We want to give thanks to our Sister NGO`S, Other Governmental Charity organization, UNISEX, UNESCO, international Companies etc.

 

             

Barrister Absling Arthur

For GWCD Organization

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Gamma Delta Hotel in Moscow, Russia

 

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