Comments

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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Reference

C/D/AW6/C/EE000149

Date

2011 - 2011

Scope and Content

Relates to the provisions introduced by the 1948 Children Point; the concept of 'a lucky dip' with regards to appointments of child care officials; women in high positions in the care system; establishment of children's services; the assessment of performance; improving child care services; and whether there are lessons to be learned. Includes references.

Names

Bullock, Roger
Parker, Roy
Faithfull, Lucy, Baroness
Home Office
Drake, Frances
Watkins, Dorothy
University of Bristol

Keywords

experts | experts | childcare | Children | children's services | fostering | Government | health | journals | professors | recommendations | social care | social services | social workers | social work | young offenders | acts | legislation | Regulations | Committees | Children's Officers | Education | home secretaries | inspectors | inspections | boarding-out | Local Authorities | articles | child protection | secretary of state | Women | equality | adoption

Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

PDF file - please click on the link to download

Closed until

2100

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