By Derek Kirton
This e-book deals an authoritative review of kid care coverage and perform within the united kingdom. The ebook displays the complexity and contested nature of children’s wishes, rights, and pursuits and relationships among kinfolk and kingdom. It analyzes correct debates and learn and highlights perform concerns and dilemmas. Readers also are directed to resources of extra details on themes they might desire to discover in additional intensity. on the finish of every bankruptcy, there's tips for extra examining, assets for perform and questions for dialogue.
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The Green Paper’s ‘preventive’ approach was much wider than the traditional domains of child welfare, and linked child protection with the needs to ‘improve children’s lives as a whole’ and ‘maximise their potential’. New Labour’s emphasis on ‘joined up’ working between both professionals and organisations reflected a desire to tackle longstanding problems of poor co-ordination, manifest in duplication, service gaps, territorial and boundary disputes and a lack of common purpose. To do this required cutting across traditional boundaries and this was pursued in various ways, such as allowing ‘pooled budgets’ under the Health Act 1999 and, more radically, by creating multidisciplinary teams under a single organisational roof.
The Victoria Climbié inquiry, Every Child Matters and the Children Act 2004 As was the case for the previous Children Act, the path to the Children Act 2004 reflected a blend of ongoing policy reforms and the impact of ‘scandal’. The latter arose from the harrowing death of Victoria Climbié at the hands of her aunt and the latter’s partner and the ensuing inquiry chaired by Lord Laming (2003). The central features of the case – failure to see the child alone, ‘naivety’ towards dangerous abusers, and lack of communication between professionals and agencies – were depressingly familiar from previous inquiries (Parton, 2006).
The latter arose from the harrowing death of Victoria Climbié at the hands of her aunt and the latter’s partner and the ensuing inquiry chaired by Lord Laming (2003). The central features of the case – failure to see the child alone, ‘naivety’ towards dangerous abusers, and lack of communication between professionals and agencies – were depressingly familiar from previous inquiries (Parton, 2006). Yet they were taking place in a new context, namely that of New Labour’s commitment to reform and ‘modernise’ services for children.
Child Social Work Policy & Practice by Derek Kirton