A well-researched and easy to read book that questions why so many children are in care. It looks at how we can reduce risk and build resilience using a public health approach, and demands a change to our law and social work training. With chapters on risk and preventive strategies, public health strategies, law and history, each can be read separately and each has key findings and questions for discussion. Aimed at social workers, academics, policy makers, students and all those who study or work with children and families.
Radical Child Protection – A Public Health Approach: Reducing the Number of Children in Care
Dec 15, 2017 | Childrens Health