Digital copy of Chapter 2: Political, Social and Historical Background. Part of the Submissions of the Counsel to the Inquiry to the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry. [Submitted by Patrick Sadd, Harriet Jerram, Cathryn McGahey QC, and Paul Livingston]. [Undated, c. 8 June 2016].

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Provides details relating to Jersey's political background, mentioning the "Jersey Way". Provides commentary regarding the social and historical background of Jersey, mentioning the parish system, the Occupation during the Second World War and its impact, the population of Jersey and its composition, the impact of population size on housing and work, housing, housing: effect on those accessing Children's Services, housing: effect on employees of Children's Services, impact of financial pressuers on work practices, social divisions, and questions arising for the Panel. [For further pages from the Submissions of the Counsel to the Inquiry to the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry including contents, introduction, chapters 2 to 8, and appendices, see C/D/AW11/A]. [Formerly part of C/D/AW11/A/WD009436].


Brig-y-Don Children's Home
Counsel to the Inquiry
Children's Department
Children's Sub-Committee
Children's Services
Co-ordinating Committee of the Decade for the Eradication of Poverty
Council of Ministers
Honorary Police
Home Office
Heathfield Children's Home
Haut de la Garenne
Housing Development Fund
Housing Committee
Health and Social Services Committee
Institute of Law Jersey
Independent Jersey Care Inquiry
Jersey Evening Post
Jersey Female Orphan's Home
Jersey Home for Boys
Law Officers' Department
La Préférence Children's Home
Les Chênes Residential School
Mental Health Services
Public Accounts Committee
Poor Law Commission
Public Instruction Committee
Policy and Resources
Royal Court
St Saviour's Hospital
States of Jersey
States of Jersey Police
Westaway Crèche
Aubin, Giffard Samuel
Bull, Kathie, Dr
Carver, Malcolm
Doublard, John
Doublard, Malcolm Francis
Dennett, Phil
Essex-Cater, Anthony, Dr
Hill, Bob, Deputy
Johnson, Philip Michael, Dr
Jerram, Harriet
Livingston, Paul
Lockhart, Winifred Margaret
Le Sueur, Tony
Le Marquand, John, Senator
Lundy, Mario
Lambert, David
Le Marquand, Ian
Mansell, Kevin
McGahey, Cathryn
Power, Graham
Pitman, Trevor
Rodhouse, John
Spencer, Geoff
Skinner, Anton
Smith, Charles
Southern, Dylan
Sadd, Patrick
Wherry, Danny
Wilkinson, Elizabeth
Whitehead, Richard


Germany | Ireland | France | Madeira | Poland | Portugal | St Ouen | Attorneys General | allegations | abuse | accommodation | alcoholism | Bailiffs | bullying | Chief Minister | child abuse | Children | corporate parenting | Children's Officers | Constables | children's services | Constables | children's homes | civil service | childcare | chief officers | chief executives | domestic violence | Deportation | deputies | directors of education | evidence | exhibits | employment | Family Group Homes | Food | Food Supplies during the Occupation | fostering | Funding | German Occupation | German soldiers | Government | Housing | history | Homelessness | immigration | illegitimacy | ijci closing submissions | IJCI | Liberation Day | ministers | Media | medical officers of health | Poverty | Politics | Politicians | public services | policies | qualifications | poor law | Parishes | Police | rental accommodation | residential care | reports | Royal Court | staff | submissions | Second World War | sexual abuse | senators | societies | Social history | terms of reference | witness statements | welfare


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