Valuing the field : child welfare in an international context /

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Imprint:Aldershot : Ashgate, 2000.
Description:xxiv, 245 p. ; 23 cm.
Series:CEDR Series
Subject:Child welfare.
Children's rights.
Child welfare -- Cross-cultural studies.
Child welfare -- International cooperation.
Child welfare.
Child welfare -- International cooperation.
Children's rights.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Cross-cultural studies.
Format: Print Book
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Varying Form of Title:Child welfare in an international context
Other authors / contributors:Hessle, Sven.
Strega, Susan.
Callahan, Marilyn.
University of Southampton. Centre for Evaluative & Developmental Research.
Notes:Published in association with the Centre for Evaluative and Developmental Research.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents:
  • List of Contributors
  • 6. From Case and Client to Citizen: An Innovation in Child Welfare Practice
  • Part III. Children on the Move
  • 7. Unaccompanied and Asylum-Seeking Children Encounter Sweden
  • 8. Offering Relief to Unaccompanied Asylum Seekers in Holland
  • Part IV. Valuing Diversity in Child Welfare Communities
  • 9. Tackling Racism in Everyday Realities: A Task for Social Workers
  • 10. A First Nations Experience in First Nations Child Welfare Services
  • 11. It Takes a Village: Building Networks of Support for African Nova Scotian Families and Children
  • Part V. Valuing the Field in Social Work Education
  • 12. Developing Partnerships in Social Work Education in Britain
  • Foreword
  • Part VI. Conclusion
  • 13. Valuing the Field: Lessons from Innovation
  • Bibliography
  • Index
  • Part I. Listening to Messages from the First Line
  • 1. Child Welfare on the Eve of the Twenty First Century: What we have Learned
  • 2. The Changing Face of Child Welfare: Perspectives from the Field
  • 3. Efforts at Empowering Youth: Youth-in-Care and the Youth-in-Care Networks in Ontario and Canada
  • Part II. Building Family and Community Supports
  • 4. The Focus on Family when Children are at Risk: Swedish Policy in Practice
  • 5. The "Wraparound" Process: Strength-Based Practice