School of Social Work | Ryerson University
Henry Parada’s research focuses on numerous issues that affect children and adolescents, including forced migration, commercial sexual exploitation, and institutional practices within child welfare systems that hinder or enhance the protection of children’s rights. His projects involve collaboration with Canadian, Dominican and Nicaraguan researchers and community organizations that deal with early child care and development, youth democratic participation, community child protection and the assessment of child maltreatment in Latin America. You can read more about Henry’s work on his personal site or through RCYP.
- Education: Samantha Wehbi, Purnima George, Susan Silver, Henry Parada
- Youth: Purnima George, Henry Parada
- Practitioners: Henry Parada
- Research Study: Henry Parada
Rights for Children and Youth Partnership (website coming soon)
Principal Investigator: Henry Parada (Ryerson University)
Funding: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Partnership Grant
Referreed Articles and Book Chapters
- Barrett-Herman, A., Littlechild, B., Parada, H., Leung, P., Wairire, G. (2014). Social Work Education: Process, Findings and Implications of the IASSW 2010 Census Project. International Social Work.
- Wehbi, S., Parada.H., George, P., Lessa, I. (2014) Going home(?): Social Work Across and About Borders. International Social Work.
- Carranza, M., Lopez, L., Parada, H., Jiménez, I. (2013). Granada, a City Under Siege: Dynamics of the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children as a Human Rights Issue In Nicaragua. Journal of Global citizenship and Equity Education Vol. 3 No 1
- Parada, H., Saracostti, M., Reininger, T. (2012) Guest Editors, Social Work in Latin America. International Social Work 53(3).
- Saracostti, M., Reininger, T., Parada, H. (2012). Social Work in Latin America in Karen Lyons, Terry Hokenstad, Manohar Pawar, Nathalie Huegler (Eds). Handbook of International Social Work. Sage Publications.
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