New Books 2021

Supporting Children of Incarcerated Parents in Schools Foregrounding Youth Voices to Improve Educational Support By Whitney Q. Hollins Drawing on qualitative research conducted with young people in New York, this volume highlights the unique experiences of children of incarcerated parents (COIP) and counters deficit-based narratives to consider how young people’s voices can inform and improve educational … Continue reading New Books 2021

Coming in 2022

The Maryland Governor’s Office of Crime Prevention, Youth, and Victim Services will publish the Maryland Caregivers Guide for those caring for children impacted by incarceration. This Guide was created by NRCCFI for and in collaboration with Maryland parents, relatives and non-relative caregivers who are living with children who have or had parents or significant family … Continue reading Coming in 2022

Watch new webinar on strategies to mitigate uncertainty for children with a parent in prison

On 3 June 2021, Children of Prisoners Europe (COPE) organized a webinar entitled “Mitigating Uncertainty for Children: from Pre-Trial Procedures to the COVID-19 Pandemic”. The webinar tackled the critical issue of uncertainty for children who have a parent in prison and the impact this uncertainty can have on their well-being. Strategies to better support children, … Continue reading Watch new webinar on strategies to mitigate uncertainty for children with a parent in prison

International Coalition for Children with Incarcerated Parents third Biennial Conference is virtual from Washington, D.C.

The INCCIP Conference Registration will open in March 2021.  The Host Country is the United States of America, with delegates from the Washington, DC area serving on the planning committee. The conference format is virtual. The dates are: 29 September through 01 October. This global conference will attract Youth Advocates, Researchers, Educators, Advocates, and attendees … Continue reading International Coalition for Children with Incarcerated Parents third Biennial Conference is virtual from Washington, D.C.

Champion of Child Well Being Award given to NRCCFI Director Ann Adalist-Estrin

Arizona State University’s Center for Child Well -being hosted its third National Conference virtually in April 2021. Ann Adalist-Estrin, Director of the National Resource Center on Children and Families of the Incarcerated at Rutgers University/Camden New Jersey was honored with their Champion for Child Well Being Award along with Ebony Underwood, CEO of We Got … Continue reading Champion of Child Well Being Award given to NRCCFI Director Ann Adalist-Estrin