Author Archives: Sabine Kurjo McNeill

About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space

BBC’s Today Programme And Researching Reform On Children’s Right To Speak To Judges

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme this morning focuses on children’s right to speak with family law judges. Researching Reform had the privilege of talking with Sanchia Berg about the policy, what happened to it and…

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The Buzz

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The news stories that should be right on your radar: Association of Directors of Children’s Services calls for review of local authority child protection obligations Durham chief constable on child abuse images online Indian 12-year-old…

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The Buzz

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
The latest child welfare items: Ninety children taken into care each day, figures show National Institute For Health And Care Excellence (NICE) – Interactive charts and resources about Child Abuse, as well as information for…

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Munby: Parents Who Object To Care Proceedings Should Not Be Gagged

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A High Court ruling has confirmed that family judges do not have an absolute right to gag parents who object to care proceedings. President of the Family Division, Sir James Munby, who handed down the judgment,…

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What To Read If You’re Interested In Child Rights

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
Over the years we have discovered a range of diverse and thought provoking websites, news feeds, organisations and government initiatives which offer some of the best information available on child welfare. We thought we would…

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In The News

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
The latest child welfare stories that should be right on your radar: Montenegro bans all forms of corporal punishment France: STOP VEO and OVEO launch campaign to stop verbal humiliation of children  Police ‘may consider…

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Social Workers Told To Keep On Posting, In New Social Media Guidance

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
The Health And Care Professions Council has published guidance notes for social workers and other members of its profession, on how to use social media whilst engaging in their professional duties. The notes come after…

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