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Errors and Mistakes in Child Protection

International Discourses, Approaches and Strategies

Edited by Kay Biesel, Judith Masson, Nigel Parton and Tarja Pösö

Published

11 Mar 2020

Page count

264 pages

ISBN

978-1447350705

Dimensions

234 x 156 mm

Imprint

Policy Press
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Published

11 Mar 2020

Page count

264 pages

ISBN

978-1447350941

Dimensions

234 x 156 mm

Imprint

Policy Press
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    This comprehensive international study provides a cross-national analysis of different understandings of errors and mistakes and lessons to avoid and handle them in child protection practice, using research and knowledge from eleven countries in Europe and North America.

    Divided into country-specific chapters, each examines the pathways that lead to mistakes happening, the scale of their impact, how responsibilities and responses are decided and how practice and policy subsequently change. Considering the complexities of evolving practice contexts, this authoritative, future-oriented study is an invaluable text for practitioners, researchers and policy makers wishing to understand why child protection fails – and offers a springboard for fresh thinking about strategies to reduce future risk.

    Kay Biesel is Professor of Child and Youth Services at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland.

    Judith Masson is Professor of Socio-legal studies at the University of Bristol, UK.

    Nigel Parton is a Professor in the in the School of Human and Health Sciences at the University of Huddersfield, UK.

    Tarja Pösö is Professor of Social Work at The University of Tampere, Finland.

    Errors and mistakes in child protection: the paradox of doing wrong;

    Definitions, approaches and challenges;

    England;

    Ireland;

    The Netherlands;

    Finland;

    Norway;

    Sweden;

    Switzerland;

    Germany;

    France;

    Italy;

    The USA;

    Conclusion.