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  • 1.   Beyond Border--Protecting Children on the Island of Ireland

    This article discusses a policy agenda for safeguarding children on a cross-border basis developed by Barnardos Northern Ireland, Barnardos Ireland, society for the prevention of Cruelty & the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 9 Page: 294-301 2003
    Maurice Leeson

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  • 2.   Book Review: Child Protection Work-Beyond the Rhetoric

    Book Review: Child Protection Work-Beyond the Rhetoric

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 10 Page: 303-305 2004
    Theresa Donaldson

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  • 3.   Child Protection and Welfare Social Work in Northern Ireland and the Republic: Commonalities, Divergences and Possibilities

    This paper provides a comparison between child welfare and protection social work in Northern Ireland and in the Republic of Ireland by considering some key aspects of its historical development.

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 9 Page: 266-281 2003
    Caroline Skehill

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  • 4.   Children's Order 10 years on

    This article discusses the principles in the Children's Order and how they translated into practice from the viewpoint of a mediator and as part of the Northern Ireland Commissioner for Children and Young People

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 12 Page: 179-183 2006
    Linda Kerr

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  • 5.   Children's rights: A cross-border study of residential care

    This study describes findings from a six-month exploratory study which examined children's rights through the personal experiences of those involved in the residential care system on both sides of the Irish border

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 27 Page: 88-96 2006
    Wendy Cousins; Sharon Milner

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  • 6.   Chronic child abuse and domestic violence: Children and families with long-term and complex needs

    The aim of this study was to examine findings from a study conducted on children in the child protection system with long-term and complex needs as a result of experiencing domestic violence

    Child & Family Social Work, Vol: 13 Page: 443-453 2008
    John Devaney

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  • 7.   Foreword: Child Welfare in Ireland--Travelling Forward?

    This article discusses in a variety of ways - family support, child protection, adoption, and human rights in Northern Ireland

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 9 Page: 263-265 2003
    John Pinkerton

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  • 8.   Human rights and decision-making in child protection through explicit argumentation

    This article discusses human rights and decision-making in child protection through explicit argumentation

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 12 Page: 81-95 2006
    Joe Duffy; Brian Taylor; Susannah Mc Call

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  • 9.   Review of Child Protection Work: Beyond the Rhetoric

    Book Review: Child Protection Work

    Social Work and Social Sciences Review, Vol: 11 Page: 70-77 2004
    Ros Day

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  • 10.   Review of Constructing Meanings and Identities in Child Protection Practice

    Book Review: Constructing Meanings and Identities in Child Protection Practice

    Social Work Education, Vol: 25 Page: 311-313 2006
    Alastair Christie

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  • 11.   Social Work in the Republic of Ireland: A History of the Present

    This article discusses on research carried out into the nature and position of social work in the child protection and welfare system in Ireland

    Journal of Social Work, Vol: 3 Page: 141-159 2003
    Caroline Skehill

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  • 12.   The Honourable Mr. Justice Gillen Family Division of the Supreme Court of Northern Ireland

    This article addresses the approach of a cultural shift from one of emphasis on child protection to one of family support through working partnership with parents

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 12 Page: 79-80 2006

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  • 13.   The radiographer's role in child protection: Comparison of radiographers perceptions by use of focus groups

    The aim of this study was to document radiographer's understanding of the role they may play in child protection

    Radiography, Vol: 12 Page: 161-168 2006
    Michaela Davis; Pauline Reeves

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  • 14.   Using an assessment framework: outcomes from a pilot study

    The aim of this study was to examine a framework for the assessment of vulnerable children and their families in five health board areas in the Republic of Ireland

    Journal of Children's Services, Vol: 2 Page: 37-47 2007
    Helen Buckley; Sadhbh Whelan; Cliona Murphy; Jan Horwath

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