Child protection practice

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03 Aug 2022 - Wales Online
12 months on from Logan's murder, Care Inspectorate Wales has released a new report about child services in Bridgend
26 Jul 2022 - RTE News
The number of referrals to child protection and welfare services increased last year compared to 2020.
01 Jul 2022 - The Irish Examiner
UCC professor Conor O' Mahony has announced that he is stepping down as the government's special rapporteur on child protection at the end of his ...
01 Jul 2022 - NSPCC
The Department for Education (DfE) has published an updated version of the statutory safeguarding and child protection guidance for schools in England, Keeping children safe in education (KCSIE) (DfE, 2022)1. This guidance will replace KCSIE 2021...
30 Jun 2022 - The Herald
SCOTTISH ministers are unlikely to meet their own targets to tackle child poverty with the cost of living crisis making the amition harder, independent experts have said.
29 Jun 2022 - Wales Online
Adopters are needed most for brother and sister groups, older children, children with additional needs and those from ethnic minority backgrounds
29 Jun 2022 - Department for Education Ireland
The National Strategy on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) provides a framework to support the contribution that the education sector is making and will continue to make towards a more sustainable future at a number of levels: individual,...
28 Jun 2022 - The Irish Examiner
Families exiting system due to cost-of-living crisis, claims Gareth Noble, as Hiqa report notes Tusla strategy for foster care is 'expected imminently'
28 Jun 2022 - Guardian
Serious incidents involving the police and whistleblowing complaints are more common in private children’s homes run to make a profit than in homes run by charities and councils, data suggests.Analysis of Ofsted data by the Guardian and BBC signals...
28 Jun 2022 - BBC
A £20m experiment offering a basic income to young people leaving care will launch in Wales on Friday. From 1 July, the Welsh government will offer about 500 18-year-olds £19,200 a year before tax - no strings attached.