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  • 1.   Are we listening to children? An examination of the child's voice in social work reports to the court following parental separation disputes

    The aim of this study was to investigate how children's interests and their rights are safeguarded through the representation of social workers in reports prepared for Court following parental separation disputes

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 14 Page: 275-292 2008
    Kerrylee Weatherall; Joe Duffy

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  • 2.   Care Proceedings: Exploring the Relationship Between Case Duration and Achieving Permanency for the Child

    The aim of this study was to examine findings of a research study that explored the complex relationship between the duration of legal care proceedings and costs to children in terms of the likelihood of achieving permanency

    British Journal of Social Work, Vol: 36 Page: 901-919 2006
    Dominic McSherry; Emma Larkin; Dorota Iwaniec

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  • 3.   Courts/Trusts--No Trespassing

    This article explores the relationship between the Health and Social Services Trusts and the Courts in Northern Ireland, when dealing with matters under the Children Order

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 9 Page: 100-108 2003
    Dominic Burke

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  • 4.   Mediation in a family court setting: Does it work?

    The aim of this study was to examine a Family Centre's mediation service in one Health and Social Service Trust area in Northern Ireland

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 14 Page: 293-310 2008
    Jane Glover

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  • 5.   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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  • 6.   What happens in court? The development of understanding of the legal system in a sample of Irish children and adults

    The aim of this study was to describe what children and adults know about the legal process and which legal terms and concepts are a part of the conceptual repertoire at different ages.

    Irish Journal of Psychology, Vol: 21 Page: 215-226 2000
    Catherine Maunsell; Howard V. Smith; Clifford Stevenson

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