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Reflections on residential childcare during the Covid-19 crisis

The reality of the COVID-19 global pandemic is the most significant challenge countries have faced in generations. The implications for economies, communities and families are steadily becoming apparent. Some effects are less obvious, including the particular experiences of children and young people looked after by care agencies. The Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care aims to contribute to our understanding of how children and young people in care in various settings have been affected by the virus and efforts to mitigate its impact. We will be publishing a series of special feature articles in which our correspondents describe how the everyday lives of children and those who care for them have been changed. If you have an idea for an article please contact us at sjrcc@strath.ac.uk.

 

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Reflections on Covid-19

Name Authors 
Paul McGrath and Lucy Peake
Danny Henderson and Nicki Mclaughlin
Kayoko Ito, Norifumi Senga, Keiji Noguchi and Kanako Ishida
Norifumi Senga, Kayoko Ito, Keiji Noguchi and Kanako Ishida
Joe Gibb
Chrissie Gale
Iain MacRitchie
Caitlin Taylor
Natia Partskhaladze, Shorena Sadzaglishvili and Ketevan Gigineishvili
John Murphy
Claire Cameron
Kiran Modi
Shona Quin and Penelope Noel
Daniel Ortega
Graham Connelly and Michael Lawrence
James Freeman

 

 

 

 

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