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According to BBC News, "children as young as 11 years old are illegally being placed in unregulated homes in England."
This country care review includes the Concluding Observations for the Committee on the Rights of the Child and the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities adopted as part of the Committees' examinations of Greece’s reports, as well as other care-related concluding observations, ratification dates, and links to the Universal Periodic Review and Hague Intercountry Adoption Country Profile.
This paper explores the benefits, challenges and dilemmas involved in the job of professional (i.e. state-supported) foster carer in Romania–a country where the issue of child protection has drawn a great deal of international attention over the last thirty years.
Taking place from 15 - 17 September 2019, this international conference will attract participants from many disciplines, sectors, and parts of the world who all share a passion for what the science and practice of implementation offers in making real change and improvement to people’s lives and services.
This chapter argues that poverty per se should never constitute the basis for removing children from their parents and seeks to understand the British situation, in order to see how poverty is treated in relation to child welfare in Britain.
The objective of this study was to compare the outcomes for the Neuro-Physiological Psychotherapy (NPP) intervention group to those of a control group.
This review synthesises and examines the limited published literature on the impact of traumatic refugee experiences on the mental health and development of Unaccompanied Refugee Minors (URMs).
This study investigated whether information regarding parents' response to an attachment-based intervention impacted placement decisions and agreement among decision makers.
This House of Commons Library briefing paper considers what help is available for grandparents and other family and friends carers (also known as kinship carers) looking after children where their parents are not in a position to do so.
This study provides an illustration of a research design complementary to randomized controlled trial to evaluate program effects, namely, participatory peer research (PPR). The PPR described in current study was carried out in a small sample (N = 10) of young adults with mild intellectual disabilities (MID) and severe behavioral problems [in residential care in the Netherlands].