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Newsletter - August 2021

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Research suggests that being met with respect, care, and love by social workers and professionals is crucial for positive experiences with child care systems. That many parents report experiences of the opposite is alarming, writes Professor Marit Skivenes.
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An attempt to take child protection to a new level in Scotland

 
When the Scottish Government attempted to take proactive child protection to a new level, it faced considerable - and, ultimately, effective - opposition, writes Professor Emerita Elaine Sutherland.

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Child Rights in Focus

 
As co-hosts for the Bergen Exchanges 2021, DIPA organized a series of events on the rights of children and child protection, including a keynote by Professor Marit Skivenes on the Global Typology of Child Protection Systems. Check out all the sessions and follow the links to (re)watch them on YouTube!

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Children's Right to Participation

 
PARTICIPATION is a collaborative knowledge project with ambitions to make groundbreaking steps in the understanding and implementation of children’s participatory rights. 
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Recent publications from the Centre

 

Berrick (2021) Adoption from care: Policy and practice in the United States. In Pösö, Skivenes & Thoburn (2021). Adoption from Care. International Perspectives on Children’s Rights, Family Preservation and State InterventionPolicy Press.

Eriksson & Pösö (2021) Adoption from care in Finland: currently an uncommon alternative to foster care. In Pösö, Skivenes & Thoburn (2021). Adoption from Care. International Perspectives on Children’s Rights, Family Preservation and State InterventionPolicy Press.

Helland & Nygård (2021) Understanding attachment in decisions on adoption from care in Norway. In Pösö, Skivenes & Thoburn (2021). Adoption from Care. International Perspectives on Children’s Rights, Family Preservation and State InterventionPolicy Press.

Helland & Skivenes (2021) Adoption from care in Norway. In Pösö, Skivenes & Thoburn (2021). Adoption from Care. International Perspectives on Children’s Rights, Family Preservation and State InterventionPolicy Press.

Krutzinna (2021) Creating ‘family’ in adoption from care. In Pösö, Skivenes & Thoburn (2021). Adoption from Care. International Perspectives on Children’s Rights, Family Preservation and State InterventionPolicy Press.

Krutzinna & Križ (2021) Adoption from care in Austria. In Pösö, Skivenes & Thoburn (2021). Adoption from Care. International Perspectives on Children’s Rights, Family Preservation and State InterventionPolicy Press.

Luhamaa & O’Mahony (2021) International human rights law governing national adoption from care. In Pösö, Skivenes & Thoburn (2021). Adoption from Care. International Perspectives on Children’s Rights, Family Preservation and State InterventionPolicy Press.

Luhamaa & Strömpl (2021) Overcoming the Soviet legacy? Adoption from care in Estonia. In Pösö, Skivenes & Thoburn (2021). Adoption from Care. International Perspectives on Children’s Rights, Family Preservation and State InterventionPolicy Press.

Pösö, Skivenes & Thoburn (2021). Introducing the field of adoption from care. In Pösö, Skivenes & Thoburn (2021). Adoption from Care. International Perspectives on Children’s Rights, Family Preservation and State InterventionPolicy Press.

Pösö, Skivenes & Thoburn (2021). Making sense of adoption from care in very different contexts. In Pösö, Skivenes & Thoburn (2021). Adoption from Care. International Perspectives on Children’s Rights, Family Preservation and State InterventionPolicy Press.

 
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