International Coalition for Children With Incarcerated Parents (INCCIP)

INCCIP 2023: Who will be the host country? Send proposals to info@inccip.org

Only Two Weeks Left to Apply!

Invitation to host INCCIP 2023

The International Coalition for Children with Incarcerated Parents is inviting proposals to host the next conference in 2023.
We are particularly keen to encourage proposals from countries different from those who have hosted before. We also encourage proposals to host the conference in your country’s own language, providing translation into English if required.
To submit a proposal, please write a paragraph outlining why you would be well placed to host the next conference. This should consider the following:
– ease of transport links and visas
– appeal of location
– best time of year for the conference to take place
– funding to support the conference (sponsorship, access to affordable venues, delegate fees)
– why hosting the conference may be of strategic benefit to you (e.g. you are trying to increase awareness of this issue in your country or trying to launch a new project)
 
Completed proposals should be sent to the INCCIP at info@inccip.org no later than 15 December 2021.
Many thanks, and good luck!
 

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Meet INCCIP’s New Board Members:

Dr. Alice Wambui Macharia, PhD is a principle magistrate in the Kenyan Judiciary currently seconded to the Judicial Training Institute.

Dr. Katie Kramer, DSW, MSW, MPH is a CEO for Communities, Families and Corrections for the Bridging Group, USA.

Dr. Kenneth Nyesige is the Director of Operations and General Secretary of Morning Tears, South Sudan.

The 2021 INCCIP Virtual Conference Was a Success! #INCCIP202

Thank you for attending the 2021 Conference. Over 200 Registrants, 18 Keynotes, 50+Breakout Rooms, 12 Lunch and Learn Sessions and Great Connections Made! At any given time clusters of delegates from around the world were actively participating during the 3-day conference. There were multiple international presenters and one keynote hosted from Latin America, was translated from Spanish to English through real-time interpretation. The session on the right was streamed from South Korea (Kyung Rim Lee, Child Welfare Practice SEUM). Watch this space for Conference Reflections (see below) , News, Recordings and Presentations as they are published.

 

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The incarceration of a loved one can be very overwhelming for both children and caregivers. It can bring about big changes and transitions. In simple everyday ways, you can comfort your child and guide her through these tough moments. With your love and support she can get through anything that comes her way. Here are some tools to help you with the changes your child is going through.

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The International Coalition for Children with Incarcerated Parents is a registered Scottish charity
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