With the Prime Minister setting out his latest set of measures to deal with counter-extremismthis week,it seems as if more and more guidelines are being published, but are they being incorporated into social work practice, and how effective will they be?
Whilst extremism is a broad phenomenon, the Family Court will be concerned mainly with the radicalisation of children and vulnerable adults. In order to prepare the family sector for these types of cases, the President of the Family Division, Sir James Munby, released a set of guidelines this month on how he envisages the cases to be processed.
Magazine Community Careis keen to know if the social work sector is ready for these changes, and as such they have prepared a questionnaire to that effect, in which they seek to find out, “how well you understand [radicalisation], how you are dealing with the cases of radicalisation on your…
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