Download e-book for iPad: Promoting Children's Rights in Social Work and Social Care : by Margaret Bell

By Margaret Bell

ISBN-10: 0857004867

ISBN-13: 9780857004864

ISBN-10: 1283238381

ISBN-13: 9781283238380

Little ones have a correct enshrined in the UN conference at the Rights of the kid to take part in judgements that have an effect on them, and their participation in social care prone may have a favorable influence on their lonesome vanity and self belief, but additionally the standard of provider and judgements made by way of the social care execs operating with them. every body turns out to agree at the concept that kids must be heard, yet now not on how, the place and once they can take part, or the organisational cultures had to facilitate it. selling kid's Rights in Social paintings and Social Care addresses those.  Read more... pt. 1. the rules, coverage and thought underpinning perform -- pt. 2. learn experiences on kid's studies of participation

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Tony lived with his parents, grandmother and two brothers in a takeaway shop in an inner-city area. The school referred him to children’s services following his disclosure that his father forced him 50 Promoting Children’s Rights in Social Work and Social Care to work in the shop and had threatened him with a knife. Only Tony’s father spoke English, and he resented the social worker’s attempts to talk to the family. Tony’s mother and grandmother did not speak English, and they also avoided the social worker who they saw as a ‘figure of authority’.

Sinclair et al. (2002) report on a government study where children interpreted the word ‘protection’ to mean over-protection in the form of restrictions set by adults. This was seen negatively, whereas, in contrast, ‘being safe’ was viewed positively. Similar difficulties apply to the use of interpreters where children do not speak English (see Chand 2005). Meanings of words – especially technical ones – can be confused or wrongly interpreted. Additionally, children who have been abused may have been too frightened to tell the truth to the adults advocating for or representing them.

With older children a number of tools are now available for practitioners to use in talking to them. My Turn to Talk (National Children’s Bureau 2005) is a guide to help young people aged over 12 who are in care to ‘have a say’ about how they are looked after in relation to their education, future plans, reviews and care. Having elicited the child’s views through play or exercises, as well as through talking to them, the Guardian is then able to present them What is Participation? Different Methods 41 to the court.

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