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Andrew Kendrick,

The principal aim of this research review is to set out the nature of discipline and punishment in care settings in Scotland from 1920 to 2014.

Ingrid Höjer, Inger Oterholm,

This article aims to build knowledge, from a life-course perspective, of foster carers’ views of the transition from care to adulthood for young people with mental health problems by interviewing carers from foster homes in Norway and Sweden.

Eirik Christopher Gundersen,

In this chapter in the book "Child Welfare and the Value of Family Privacy", the author discusses moderate alternatives to address problems of the family by enhancing the presence of state agencies in family life. The author asks if organising families as foster homes is less morally objectionable than raising children in families by examining the child welfare system in Norway.

Anna-Lena Almqvist, Kitty Lassinantti ,

The objective of this paper is to further the understanding of young people’s experiences of out-of-home care (OHC) in Sweden.

Mari Rysst,

This chapter in the book "Child Welfare and the Value of Family Privacy" addresses aims and challenges in the processes of including children and youth in foster families and suggests a solution inspired by anthropological literature. The author argues that the ‘best interests of the child’ are closely tied to staying in a stable foster home, which emerged in interviews with children in the Norwegian Child Welfare Services (CWS) and foster parents.

Sally Williams - The Guardian,

Anastasia was living in Zaporizhzhia and was pregnant with Dorothy and Charlie’s baby. Then Russia invaded and she knew she had to escape to save the child

Laura Cowley, Laura North, Karen Broadhurst, Stefanie Doebler, Bachar Alrouh, Linda Cusworth, Mariam Abouelenin, Lucy Griffiths,

This report aims to shed light on care pathways and placement stability for infants in Wales, using data from the Children Looked After census collected by Welsh Government. The report is divided into two parts, the first of which focuses on infant entry to care and the second, which focuses on pathways and placement outcomes.

Laura Cowley, Laura North, Karen Broadhurst, Stefanie Doebler, Bachar Alrouh, Linda Cusworth, Mariam Abouelenin, Lucy Griffiths,

This report provides new evidence about entry routes to care, pathways through care, and placement outcomes for the very youngest children in the care system in Wales. It is the seventh in the Born into Care series.

Matthew J. Lindquist - Swedish Institute for Social Research at Stockholm University,

This report draws 14 lessons from academic research on the effects of out-of-home care on subsequent criminality. Most of the studies references in this review of based in Sweden.

Department for Education,

This is the first-ever National Kinship Care Strategy to be published in the UK. The strategy establishes “the foundations for a future, transformed kinship care system in England.”