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Published by [Family Rights Group] in [London] .
Written in English


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Parental participation in child protection conferences Download PDF EPUB FB2

Child protection case conferences (CPCCs) are a fundamental part of child protection processes within the United Kingdom. They provide a mechanism for Cited by: 3. The participation of parents is a core feature of U. and Scottish CPCCs. This reflects an international trend that recognizes the rights of family members to participate in the decisionmaking processes of child protection.

This article reports on the analysis of 11 qualitative interviews with parents who had attended CPCCs in by: 3.

protection processes, most notably as participants at child protection conferences (DHSS, ). The current arrangements for such parti cipation are outlined in section 6 of the Working Together under The Children Act guidelines (DoH, ).

In a relatively short space of time, therefore, the participation of parents and, to a lesser. Parental participation and, to a lesser extent, that of children at child protection conferences is seen as an important element in resolving some of the conflicts that beset child protection ted Reading Time: 9 mins.

Parental participation and, to a lesser extent, that of children at child protection conferences is seen as an important element in resolving some of the conflicts that beset child protection work. Using data from a study of participation in one metropolitan borough, those outcomes that are generally regarded as positive in this respect are Cited by:     Promoting parental participation is one of the complex and delicate areas of child protection practice.

Several authors argue that ensuring the participation of service users in child protection is a way to ensure a fit between service user needs and by: 9. The Participation of Children and their Families in Child Protection Conferences April Parental Participation All parents and persons with parental responsibility must be invited to conferences (unless exclusion is justified as described below).

Parents will be encouraged to contribute to conferences. In this article, we focus on parents' opportunities for, and experiences of, participation in child protection decision making in Queensland, Australia.

Drawing on a qualitative analysis of 10 interviews with parents who have children 08 years of age and who have been subject to child protection investigation, we examine parents' perceptions.

Y1 - 5. N2 - Child protection case conferences (CPCCs) are a fundamental part of child protection processes within the United Kingdom.

They provide a mechanism for professionals and families to share information, enter an assessment dialogue, and develop a plan for intervention and support. The participation of parents is a core feature of.

Parental participation and, to a lesser extent, that of children at child protection conferences is seen as an important element in resolving some of the conflicts that beset child protection work.

(). Children and Parent Participation in Child Protection Conferences: A Study in One English Local Authority. Child Care in Practice: Vol. 23, No. 1, pp. Cited by: N2 - Child protection case conferences (CPCCs) are a fundamental part of child protection processes within the UK.

They provide a mechanism for professionals and families to share information, enter into an assessment dialogue and develop a plan for intervention and support. The participation of parents is a core feature of UK and Scottish CPCCs.

Parental participation and, to a lesser extent, that of children at child protection conferences is seen as an important element in resolving some of the conflicts that beset child protection work.

Using data from a study of participation in one metropolitan borough, those outcomes that are generally regarded as positive in this respect are Cited by:   This paper is about parent participation in cases where children are involved in a child protection process in the UK.

It concentrates on the child protection conference as a site at which the participation of the client and decision-making by professionals are balanced with one by: Parental participation in child protection case conferences should be seen in context ofthe Data Protection Act, patient access to their own medical records, and partner or young person attendance at children in care reviews heldbylocal authorities.

More pressure arose from the events in Cleveland,5 and from the fact that the European Cited by: 5.