Anna Grimes and her daughter Audrey, and Esraa Amira and her son Jaden celebrate their graduation at Endicott College in 2017.Environmental Sustainability Advocate Anna Grimes and her daughter Audrey, and Child Psychology Specialist Esraa Amira and her son Jaden share a two-generational graduation at the Keys to Degrees program celebration at Endicott College in 2017. Photo courtesy of Autumn Green.

A new WCW study aims to identify the most effective strategies for implementing data tracking and reporting systems that identify parenting students enrolled in college. 

Lady Justice statue

A new white paper investigates the response to reports of child sexual abuse and the characteristics of cases that drop out of the criminal justice system.  

Group photo from anti-human-trafficking workshop in Monrovia, LiberiaWCW Executive Director Layli Maparyan, Ph.D., (back right) with attendees, presenters, and organizers of the “When You See It, TALK It!” workshop in Monrovia, Liberia, during March 2022. Photo courtesy of Layli Maparyan.

WCW recently hosted two workshops aimed at countering human trafficking in Liberia.  

Sad Asian teen girl.

The long-term aim of the study is to develop evidence on how parents, peers, and social media can mitigate the negative health consequences of discrimination. 

Father and son in conversation.

 Findings from a recent study highlight what fathers want in an intervention program that facilitates conversation between fathers and teens about dating, sex, and relationships. 

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