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3 edition of Principles of Child Protection found in the catalog.

Principles of Child Protection

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Published by Open University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children"s Studies,
  • Public Policy - Social Services & Welfare,
  • Social Work,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Social Psychology,
  • Social Psychology,
  • Psychology,
  • Sociology,
  • Child welfare,
  • Enfants,
  • Protection, assistance, etc

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10561923M
    ISBN 100335214649
    ISBN 109780335214648

    Principles definition, an accepted or professed rule of action or conduct: a person of good moral principles. See more. The chapter also discusses the primary principles and core values into some key ethical principles surrounding child protection investigations and interventions. When focusing on rules and obligations, it is all too easy to forget the human dimensions of child protection work, and the need for care and compassion while protecting and Author: Bob Lonne, Maria Harries, Brid Featherstone, Mel Gray. Social Principles: The Nurturing Community. Further, all churches are encouraged to review and update appropriate child, youth, and adult protection policies to reflect The United Methodist Church’s position that the use of pornography is a form of sexual misconduct. By encouraging education, prevention, and pathways to recovery for all.


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The Protection Principles support the rights set out in the Humanitarian Charter: the right to life with dignity, the right to humanitarian assistance and the right to protection and security. The Principles articulate the role that all humanitarian actors can play in helping protect people.

The roles and responsibilities of humanitarian actors. Step 3: Guiding Principles in the CRC (Group Discussion) Time: 20 minutes Facilitator Notes: This next step will help the facilitator lead into the core aspects of this module (Incorporating Guiding Principles into Child Protection) because two principles that will be highlighted in this module are core principles within the CRC.

The book shows that, rather than being a simple task of protecting children, the field of child welfare is shaped by a series of competing ideas.

The text features eight principles that undergird child protection practice, all of which are typically in conflict with others. The Toolkit outlines and explores some of the key principles and issues relevant to child protection, as well as outlining the steps that are needed in order to develop, implement, monitor and evaluate child protection policies.

The importance of child protection 1 Structure of the manual 2 How to use this manual 2 Section 1: Understanding Child Protection 3 Creating a protective environment for children 4 a systems approach to child protection Roles and responsibilities in the protection of children 6 Child protection legal framework and principles 7File Size: 1MB.

Principles of Child Protection examines the topical and growing field of child protection theory and practice. The author reviews the literature on social and cultural definitions and patterns of child abuse, child sexual abuse, and the nature of childhood itself, and examines the forces that have helped to determine current multiagency child protection management.

Get this from a library. Principles of child protection: management and practice. [Anne Lawrence] -- "This book offers a detailed analysis of the issues and challenges in the theory and practice of child protection.

It is based on the author's research. Get this from a library. The impossible imperative: navigating the competing principles of child protection. [Jill Duerr Berrick] -- "The Impossible Imperative brings to life the daily efforts of child welfare professionals working on behalf of vulnerable children and families.

Stories that highlight the work, written by child. The Impossible Imperative brings to life the daily efforts of child welfare professionals working on behalf of vulnerable children and families. Stories that highlight the work, written by child welfare staff on the front lines, speak to the competing principles that shape everyday decisions.

The book shows that, rather than being a simple task of protecting children, the field of child. Principles of Child Protection examines the topical and growing field of child protection practice. The author reviews the literature on social and cultural definitions and patterns of child abuse, child sexual abuse, and the nature of childhood itself, and examines the forces that have helped to determine current multiagency child protection.

But assuming the task of child protection is simple misrepresents the tremendous difficulties of the work and relegates child protection to the impossible. Jill Duerr Berrick, PhD, was a finalist in the Media for a Just Society Awards for her book The Impossible Imperative: Navigating the Competing Principles of Child Protection.

ness of child protection rights and improved data and analysis on child protection issues • Supporting effective legislative and enforcement systems – along with improved protection and response capacity – to protect children from all forms of abuse, neglect, exploitation and vio-lence, including exploitative child labour.

Core Concepts and Principles. Keywords. The aim of the Handbook is to help to standardize practice in child protection case management in Uganda. It takes the practitioners through various stages of case management from case identification to case closure.

This resource book aims to introduce the PDAK Child and Family Support Center as. This is the summary version of the first edition of the Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (CPMS) handbook. All of the principles and standards in this version are hyper-linked to the original handbook.

If you would like to review each standard’s key actions, measurements and guidance notes, click on the relevant standard within this document.

It outlines some basic principles of international protection that have been developed to protect these uprooted people. The Protection Induction Programme consists of this Handbook and an interactive computer-based learning programme.

To attract as wide an. 2 Safeguarding Principles V1 Safeguarding Principles Pearson has adopted a Safeguarding Policy (January ) and as part of that policy, we have defined a set of procedures to follow when you have concerns as well as guidelines on other issues.

The procedure document was developed to implement a set of principles that we have adopted to guide our safeguarding File Size: KB. Child protection is the protection of children from violence, exploitation, abuse and neglect. Article 19 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child provides for the protection of children in and out of the home.

Child protection systems are a set of usually government-run services designed to protect children and young people who are underage and to encourage family stability.

principles, considerations, steps and procedures for effective child protection case management in line with the Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (CPMS) 7 developed in by the Child Protection Working Group (CPWG).File Size: 1MB.

humanitarian principles. Rhetoric must be matched by leadership and practice. In other words, humanitarian actors must “walk the talk”. There are multiple pressures on humanitarian actors to compromise humanitarian principles, such as providing humanitarian aid as part of efforts to achieve political ends.

Maintaining principled. Best Practices in Child Protection The Protection Project and ICMEC | 1 Introduction Children are among our most vulnerable populations.

The injustices many children suffer are unspeakable and occur in all corners of the globe, in all walks of life. The term “child protection” is very broad and can encompass a wide range of Size: 1MB. An overlooked part of discussions on democratic legitimacy is the role of implementation of policy goals, as political scientist Bo Rothstein points out in the book Just Institutions sional decision-makers in child protection systems are obligated to make decisions according to national legislation and the : Marit Skivenes, Line Marie Sørsdal.

Principles of Child Protection examines the topical and growing field of child protection theory and practice. The author reviews the literature on social and cultural definitions and patterns of child abuse, child sexual abuse, and the nature of childhood itself, and examines the forces that have helped to determine current multiagency child protection management.

Applying principles from safety science to improve child protection. November ; Child Those familiar with the earlier book and those for whom a just culture is still an aspiration will. Book of the Dead BC AD Content for this workbook and CD ROM is derived from: Rycus, J.S., & Hughes, R.C.

Child Welfare Values. Field Guide to Child Welfare, Volume I, Foundations of Child Protective Services, Washington, DC: Child Welfare League of America. Evelyn Bissonnette (Co-Chair), ODJFS Max Bucey (Co-Chair), PCSAO File Size: KB.

A Solution and Safety Orientated Approach to Child Protection Casework A revolutionary approach to child protection work; this book focuses on the question, "How can child protection professionals actually build partnerships with parents where there is suspected or substantiated child abuse or neglect?" It brings the solution-oriented model to child protection work.

'Working Ethically in Child Protection provides a deep analysis of ethics and the complex, critical dilemmas and decision-making processes in child protection.

The book is a useful text for social work, psychology, legal, and welfare students and practitioners.'4/5(1). 'Principles of Child Protection' covers a range of themes including: the evolving social construction of child abuse and sexual abuse; the evolving social construction of childhood; the child protection discourse; organizational perspectives of contemporary social work; and implications for the future.

Principles of Global Child Health: Education and Research Edited by Danielle Laraque-Arena, MD, FAAP and Bonita F. Stanton, MD, FAAP Search within this bookAuthor: Danielle Laraque-Arena, Bonita F. Stanton. Why is child protection at the heart of peacekeeping.

Conflicts disproportionately affect children. Many are subject to abductions, military recruitment, killing, maiming, and numerous forms of exploitation children.

In many conflict-ridden countries, peacekeeping missions are the largest actor on the ground and their contribution is vital to protecting children. New Principles & Criteria Require Members to Step Up Efforts to Protect Children News 30 November One of the major improvements in the updated Principles and Criteria (P&C) of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) concerns the protection of children – one of the most vulnerable groups in the industry.

Child protection is everybody’s responsibility. All children should be able to grow up in circumstances where they are safe and supported, free from abuse and neglect, so they can achieve their full potential.

Doctors play a crucial role in protecting children; early identification of risk can ensure provision of care and support, allowing children to stay healthy, happy, and safe. Welcome to the training on the Minimum Standards for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action (CPMS).

This e-learning course may be useful: As a pre-requisite for participants attending Face to Face, on-line, or blended learning opportunities about Child Protection in Emergencies.

SAVE THE CHILDREN’S CHILD PROTECTION STRATEGY Our approach – Save the Children’s approach is based on every child’s right to be protected and cared for, ideally by their own family or in a family-like environment.

We are strengthening community-based and national child protection. Principles of the Children Act The Main Principles of the Act: the welfare of the child is the paramount consideration; wherever possible, children should be brought up and cared for within their own families.

The Child and Family Agency was established on 1st January and is now the dedicated State agency responsible for improving wellbeing and outcomes for children.

A Guide for the Reporting of Child Protection and Welfare Concerns. The principles of good practice for the protection of children and young people, the child protection system. What does child protection mean. Child protection means protecting children who have been identified as suffering or who are likely to suffer from harm because of abuse or neglect.

There are four types of abuse: neglect, emotional abuse, physical abuse and sexual abuse. A child may be subjected to. Immunology is a complicated subject, and a detailed discussion of it is beyond the scope of this text.

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The description that follows is simplified. Child Protective Services: A Guide for Caseworkers 7. Best practices and critical issues in casework practice are underscored throughout. The. primary audience includes CPS caseworkers, supervisors, and administrators. State, tribal, and local CPS agency trainers may use the manual for pre- or inservice training of CPSFile Size: 2MB.

take in response. This revised version of Children First: National Guidance for the Protection and Welfare of Children describes the four main types of abuse and sets out the steps which should be taken to ensure that the child or young person is protected from harm.

It has been updated to include new information.Child Protective Services: A Guide for Caseworkers by Diane DePanfilis and Marsha K. Salus. The first edition of the manual was published in as Child Protection: Providing Ongoing Services by Cynthia K.

Ragan, Marsha K. Salus, and Gretchen L. Schultze. Prior editions contained material based on Child Protective Services: A Guide forFile Size: 2MB.Key Principles in Youth Protection: Considerations and Action Steps staffing, participant mix, program and mission, and the environment in which programs are delivered.

In the Center’s book, The Season of Hope, and its predecessor, The Child Abuse Prevention Primer, we referred to these interlocking factors as the “4 P’s: Personnel.