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Blogposts

BLOG: A study of seven European jurisdictions shows that overall, the child is not visible in the court’s justifications. Is […]
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BLOG: Those that challenge state authority – The critics of the welfare state and the child protection system are diverse with […]
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BLOG: Is there a solution to secure equal justice for children in child protection? Yes, we can look to the […]
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BLOG: An Institute for Family and Demography could possess legal authority to intervene directly into divorce and child custody proceedings […]
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BLOG: U.S federal law make the parents pay for foster care. The intention is to make foster care shorter – […]
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BLOG: When asked by researchers, most children in long-term foster care or adoptive families want more rather than less contact […]
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BLOG: Parents often deny that their children are subject to physical and psychological violence – even when confronted with facts […]
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BLOG: What are the implications of social media abuse and harassment for child protection workers?
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BLOG: Research suggests that respect and care from social workers and professionals is crucial for positive experiences with the child […]
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BLOG: When the Scottish Government attempted to take proactive child protection to a new level, it faced considerable – and, […]
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