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Digital copy of the Transcript of Session 3 on Day 3 of the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry Panel Roundtable Discussions at St Paul's Centre, held as part of the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry Review 2019.

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Reference

C/D/AW16/TR000012

Date

May 23rd 2019 - May 23rd 2019

Scope and Content

Lists Frances Oldham, Alyson Leslie and Sandy Cameron of the IJCI Panel and Deborah McMillan as session participants. Includes discussion about the role of the Children's Commissioner in response to the recommendations of the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry Report published on 3 July 2017.

Names

Cameron, Sandy, Professor
Corbyn, Jeremy
Leslie, Alyson
McMillan, Deborah
Moore, Kristina, Senator
Oldham, Frances, QC
Chairmen's Committee
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service
Children's Service
Greenfields Centre
Independent Jersey Care Inquiry
Jersey Sea Cadets
La Moye Primary School
Law Officers' Department
Ministry of Justice
Office of the Children's Commissioner for Jersey
Privy Council
Public Accounts Committee
St Paul's Centre
States of Jersey
UNICEF
United Nations
United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child

Keywords

Australia | Flanders | La Moye | Northern Ireland | Norway | Scotland | St Paul's Centre | Sweden | United Kingdom | annual reports | Attorneys General | Brexit | childcare | Children | Children's Commissioners | Children's Ministers | children's rights | children's services | commissioners | complaints | data protection | Education | fostering | health | hearings | Human Rights | IJCI | inquiries | investigations | laws | legislation | mental health | panels | policies | procedures | recommendations | reports | reviews | social services | social workers | staff | transcripts | youth services

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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