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A political economy of Residential Child Care

  • 16th July 2022

“Wherever professional conviction coincides with the direction dictated by financial constraints, it always proves a powerful combination” “…justice versus welfare, ideology becomes more significant than empirical evidence” …personal or local…

NCERCC initial response to the Ofsted research

  • 10th July 2022

What types of needs do children’s homes offer care for? (Published 8th July 2022) Ofsted report indicates that Government interventions at local and regional level as yet have had little…

Care as a Gradual Process

  • 28th June 2022

Introduction Care is something that most of us are fortunate to be able to give and receive, something we experience every day in most cases. We don’t need to think…

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