Digital copy of Getting started with the 1948 Children Act: What do we learn? by Roy Parker in Adoption & Fostering Volume 35 Number 3 2011.

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October 1st 2011 - October 1st 2011

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Relates to the reform of children's services in the United Kingdom in the wake of the 1948 Children Act and the role of children's officers and children's committees charged with its implementation in the period 1948 to 1970.


Ainscow, Mr
Brill, Kenneth
Brown, Ian
Bullock, Roger
Clyde, Lord
Cooper, Joan
Dingle, Philip
Drake, Frances
Faithfull, Lucy, Baroness
Harvie, Elizabeth
Holman, Bob
Jones, Beti
Kahan, Barbara
Monckton, Sir Walter
Moss, John
Niechcial, Judith
O'Neill, Dennis
Parker, Roy
Rosling, Miss
Scorrer, Miss
Summerhayes, Miss
Treece, Rosalie, née Spence
Wansbrough-Jones, Miss
Watkins, Dorothy
Association of Children's Officers
Central Training Council in Child Care
Curtis Committee
Home Office
Kent County Council
Ministry of Education
Ministry of Health
Royal Commisssion on Local Government
Social Work Service
University of Bristol


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