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Jun
04

In this issue - a special edition coinciding with the 19th annual Scottish Institute of Residential Child Care (SIRCC) conference - you will find peer-reviewed papers, commentaries, book reviews and some special pieces touching on the theme of the conference: the developmental approach to supporting children’s potential. Included amongst the pieces which cover education, leaving care, peer relationships, Adverse Care Experiences (ACEs), love, human rights and young people’s participation, is an article from Terje Halvorsen on the need to approach professional theories in residential care in a more useable way; and reflections from Jim Gillespie, CEO of Kibble Education and Care Centre, on the history and developments that have led many of the changes in group living.   Read More ...


Apr
17

In this issue you will find the usual mix of peer-reviewed papers, commentaries and book reviews. Included in the collection are: the text of the 15th annual Kilbrandon Lecture given by the Right Honourable Nicola Sturgeon MSP, First Minister of Scotland; a tribute by Merle Allsopp to the ‘father of the child and youth care profession in South Africa’, Brian Gannon; and a critique of ‘orphanage tourism’ by Nigel Cantwell and Emmanuelle Werner Gillioz.   Read More ...


Nov
30

Strathclyde student explores residential childcare experiences.   Read More ...


Sep
18

In this special history issue, we begin with Professor Roy Parker’s last article, published posthumously. We include an obituary of him. This issue also features: a review of history of child and youth care from North American; two articles on the development of child welfare systems in the nineteenth century; and a paper on findings of research with survivors of historic abuse.   Read More ...


Mar
17

Response outlining CELCIS view on Petition PE1596, which calls on the Scottish Parliament to protect the In Care Survivor Service Scotland   Read More ...


Nov
16

A blog by Moyra Hawthorn detailing a decade striving for justice.   Read More ...


Oct
01

The Historical Child Abuse Inquiry started its work on 1 October 2015.   Read More ...

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Oct
01

The CELCIS statement at the start of the Historic Abuse Inquiry.   Read More ...

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May
28

Our Statement following the announcement by Cabinet Secretary, Angela Constance of Susan O’Brien QC as Chair.The Historical Child Abuse Inquiry started its work on 1 October 2015.   Read More ...

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May
28

Statement following the announcement by Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning Angela Constance.   Read More ...

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Mar
31

Our response to the Public Inquiry into Historical Child Abuse in Scotland Consultation   Read More ...


Nov
11

Despite all the safeguards, children and young people in care continue to suffer abuse and neglect.   Read More ...


Nov
06

Strategic and operational discussion with an opportunity to shape the future of child protection in Scotland.   Read More ...


Oct
23

How the UK can better tackle child abuse, neglect and exploitation with 10 UK recommendations.   Read More ...


Sep
30

Case studies illustrating how prevention and response strategies can reduce the prevalence and impact of violence against children.   Read More ...


Nov
28

This report gives us urgent insight and raises critical questions about the sexual exploitation of a vulnerable group.   Read More ...


Aug
05

To gather views of people who lived in foster care as children has been launched by CELCIS in partnership with the In Care Survivor Service Scotland (ICSSS).   Read More ...

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Jun
07

An event aimed at exploring the views of people who were in residential care as children on justice and remedies for historic abuse is to be hosted by CELCIS.   Read More ...

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May
05

This issue includes a commemoration of John Triseliotis, and get an international perspective on residential child care from authors based in Australia, Germany, Norway and Scotland.   Read More ...


Jun
29

Information on the number of children who had been in care in Scotland between 1930 and 2005.   Read More ...


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