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  • 1.   Achieving Best Practice to Secure the Best Interests of Children

    The article identifies when, why and how expert witnesses should be commissioned and examines their role in providing independent advice to the court.

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 8 Page: 295 2002
    Justice Gillen

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  • 2.   Disabled Children as Active Citizens

    This article discusses highlights from the National Children's Bureau's Northern Ireland Spring Seminar in May 2002, focusing on the theme of 'Disabled Children as Active Citizens

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 8 Page: 220-222 2002
    Berni Kelly

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  • 3.   Expert Witness in Children Order Proceedings Conference, 1 October 2002

    This article summarizes the content of the Expert Witness in Children Order Proceedings Conference held October 1, 2002 at the Hilton Hotel in Belfast, Ireland on October 1, 2002.

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 8 Page: 291 2002
    Lynne Peyton

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  • 4.   Give deprived communities more educational openings, says CNO There was no 'golden age' of training, claims Brimblecombe

    This article reports on the importance of educational initiatives in improving the mental and physical health of people living in deprived communities as discussed in a conference at the Europa Hotel in Northern Ireland.

    Mental Health Practice, Vol: 9 Page: 6-6
    Ian McMillan

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  • 5.   GROWING UP IN AUSTRALIA GOES INTERNATIONAL

    This abstract reports on the Australian Institute of Family Studies and Growing Up in Australia and the invite from Sheila Green to provide advice to the "Growing Up in Ireland" project team

    Family Matters, 2006 Spring/Summer2006

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  • 6.   In 2005 the Australian Institute of Family Studies continued its series of public seminars presenting contemporary research on national and international issues related to family

    This article discusses a series of public seminars, presenting contemporary research on national and international issues related to family, conducted by the Australian Institute of Family Studies in 2005

    Family Matters, 2005

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  • 7.   Save the Children Conference Inclusion-Sharing a Vision of Learning for Schools, Parents and Young People 6th March 2007, Belfast, Northern Ireland

    This article discusses several papers discussed at the "Save the Children Conference: Inclusion-Sharing a Vision of Learning for Schools, Parents and Young People," is presented

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 14 Page: 95-103 2008
    Áine McGinnity

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  • 8.   The Best of Both Worlds for Children's Rights? Interpreting the European Convention on Human Rights in the Light of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

    The article discusses the European Convention on Human Rights in the Light of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

    Human Rights Quarterly, Vol: 23 Page: 308-326 2001
    Ursula Kilkelly

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  • 9.   Voice of Young People in Care: "Don't be so Formal, I'm Normal" Caspar Conference, Belfast, Northern Ireland, January 25, 2007

    This article discusses highlights of the conference on mental health, on looked-after children and care leavers, which was held in Belfast, Northern Ireland on January 25, 2007

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 13 Page: 301-310 2007
    Áine McGinnity

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  • 10.   Youth Justice and Children's Rights: Measuring Compliance with International Standards

    This article discusses Youth justice and Children's rights, measuring compliance with international standards

    Youth Justice, Vol: 8 Page: 187-192 2008/12//
    Ursula Kilkelly

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  • 11.   Youth parliaments

    This article discusses the Youth Parliament in Great Britain

    Children & Young People Now, 2008
    Ben Cook

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