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May
31

As part of the current Child Protection Improvement Programme, the National Child Protection Leadership Group hosted an event for all Child Protection Chief Officers’ Groups and Chairpersons of Child Protection Committees across Scotland.   Read More ...

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Author : CELCIS

May
30

This Scottish Government report, and related materials, reflect the content of an event that was held by the Deputy First Minister for Scotland in March 2018 on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).   Read More ...

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May
23

The third annual report from the Global Social Service Workforce Alliance highlights the many ways that the social service workforce positively impacts the lives of children and families affected by violence.   Read More ...


May
23

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May
22

Response to Scottish Government’s survey on the review of Care Allowances where we recognise the complexity of the issues, and support the implementation of a National Core Allowance for foster and kinship carers.   Read More ...

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Author : Lizzie Morton

May
22

Response to Scottish Government’s survey on the review of Care Allowances where we recognise the complexity of the issues, and support the implementation of a National Core Allowance for foster and kinship carers.   Read More ...

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Author : Lizzie Morton

May
21

The School of Social Work and Social Policy at the University of Strathclyde has just announced that it has five fully funded places available to Scottish and EU applicants for the MSc Child and Youth Care Studies by Distance Learning.   Read More ...

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May
18

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May
16

The difficult issue of self-harm in residential care, exploring the experiences of young people and the support workers need to help.   Read More ...


May
10

The Centre for Child Wellbeing and Protection, based at the University of Stirling, was commissioned by Scottish Government to undertake a rapid review of policy with a particular focus on child neglect to inform the Child Protection Improvement Programme.   Read More ...

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May
10

This 2016 survey was commissioned by Scottish Government to inform the Child Protection Improvement Programme and the Neglect Improvement Pilot lead by CELCIS in three local authority areas. The survey was developed in partnership with the Neglect Subgroup of Child Protection Committees Scotland.   Read More ...


May
10

Action on Neglect is a resource pack for practitioners who work with neglected children.   Read More ...


May
10

The aim of this rapid review of the evidence was to identify the core and common elements and principles shown to be associated with effective practice with chronic neglect, including those incorporated within routine practice by a range of disciplines as well as those embedded within formal evidence-based programmes.   Read More ...

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May
10

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May
02

The National Child Sexual Exploitation Group asked all Child Protection Committees (CPCs) to complete a self-evaluation of their activities around Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (CSE/A) in autumn 2016. CPCs were asked to rate themselves as green (in place), amber (getting there) or red (not in place) on 19 questions relating to CSE/A work, and to provide narrative comments.   Read More ...


May
01

CYCJ, in partnership with the Staf has focused on developing an understanding of, and influencing, local practice in four children’s houses from across three geographical areas.   Read More ...

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Author : CYCJ, Staf

May
01

This contribution provides evidence on how suicide and self-harm affects not only the health and well-being of care experience children and young people but also those who care for them, including foster carers and residential care workers.   Read More ...

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Author : CELCIS

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