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The Buzz

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
The latest child welfare stories that should be right on your radar: New children’s services inspections announced by Ofsted Children’s Social Care Statistics Get Updated  And… Ofsted’s Annual Report on children’s social care

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The End Of Forced Adoption In The UK? Meet The Social Workers Challenging The System.

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
A new piece of research written by social workers predicts that forced adoption will come to an end in the UK. The document also offers new research on the impact of adoptions on birth parents…

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The Hidden Agenda Behind Westminster’s Debate On Family Justice Reform

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
A debate in Westminster looking at family justice reform is to take place on Wednesday 15th November, but its underlying agenda is likely to disappoint serious reformers and raise eyebrows, too. Whilst very little information…

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19 Days – Activate Your Social Media Accounts…

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
Together with The Global Partnership To End Violence Against Children, The Women’s World Summit Foundation have launched an excellent campaign to tackle child abuse, which began on 1st November and ends on 19th November, which…

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In The News

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
The child welfare stories this week, that should be right on your radar: Four in ten children’s services unable to meet legal duties due to funding pressures Lords debates ‘A Manifesto to Strengthen Families’  ‘Rude…

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Council Put Children’s Lives At Risk To Cut Costs

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
A whistleblower who worked as a social worker for Worcestershire County Council, has called out the local authority for its unethical practices which placed children’s lives in danger.  The whistleblower, who was part of the council’s…

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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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