Tag Archives: Children

Decision –making variability in child welfare project: A research update

Emily Keddell and Ian Hyslop  Decision making in child protection practice is a complex process which can have significant implications for children and families in Aotearoa NZ. Emily Keddell and Ian Hyslop are currently engaged in a small mixed methods … Continue reading

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Questioning the uncritical acceptance of neuroscience in child and family policy and practice: A review of challenges to the current doxa

In January I asked  in my post on RSW Blog  ‘Brains, biology and tests for future burdenhood‘ Who hasn’t seen the brains? The luridly coloured images of two children’s brains, side by side. Presented as cast iron evidence of the … Continue reading

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Children with disabilities and disaster preparedness: a case study of Christchurch

Steve Ronoh, JC Gaillard, Jay Marlowe An estimated seven million children with disabilities worldwide are affected by disasters annually. This significant figure emphasises the particular vulnerability of these children in facing natural hazards. However, their needs as well as their … Continue reading

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