Europe

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Chris Dyke - The British Journal of Social Work,

This exploratory data analysis of 937 children in 522 families in one London local authority sought to identify trends in the length, outcome and nature of pre-proceedings and proceedings cases, including outcomes six, twelve and twenty-four months after the end of these processes.

Ariane Critchley - Families in Motion: Ebbing and Flowing through Space and Time,

This chapter focusses on the experiences of expectant parents in Scotland of navigating the child protection involvement with their as yet unborn infant.

J.K. Rowling - Time,

This article from Time presents a lightly edited transcript of remarks by J.K. Rowling at the One Young World global forum in London on Oct. 24 regarding orphanage voluntourism.

Kate Hodal - The Guardian,

"JK Rowling has called on students around the world not to volunteer at orphanages, pointing to emerging evidence that 'orphanage tourism' drives family separation and child trafficking," says this article from the Guardian.

Randi Juul & Inger Sofie Dahlø Husby - Child & Family Social Work,

Building on 10 qualitative interviews with parents of children in Norwegian Child Welfare Services, this paper discusses parents' views on collaboration between children and child welfare professionals.

Randi Juul & Inger Sofie Dahlø Husby - Child & Family Social Work,

Building on 10 qualitative interviews with parents of children in Norwegian Child Welfare Services, this paper discusses parents' views on collaboration between children and child welfare professionals.

Global Social Service Workforce Alliance,

This webinar will offer an introduction the European context, the ground-breaking work of Safe Passage, which combines operational delivery, litigation, and political advocacy to help unaccompanied children access safe legal routes to asylum, and the support children on the move receive once they arrive in England as their final destination.

Samhar Gowhar - BBC News,

This video from BBC News shares the stories of Akira, 23, and her younger sister Charntay who were separated for 15 years. Akira was separated from her family by the care system for 15 years. Her younger sister Charntay was adopted abroad, whilst Akira remained in London.

Lanzarote Committee, Council of Europe,

The Lanzarote Committee, the Council of Europe body overseeing the implementation by states of the Convention on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse (“Lanzarote convention”), has adopted a declaration on ”Protecting children in out-of-home care from sexual exploitation and sexual abuse,” according to this news release.

BBC,

The Leicestershire County Council in the UK has published a book of short stories written by children in care, according to this article from the BBC.