Developing Advocacy for Children and Young People: Current Issues in Research, Policy and Practice (Paperback)Perpetua Kirby (author of contributions), Sophie Laws (author of contributions), Christine Oliver (editor), Andrew Pithouse (author of contributions), Elaine Chase (author of contributions), Anne Crowley (author of contributions), Jane Dalrymple (editor), Maureen Winn Winn Oakley (author of contributions), Abigail Knight (author of contributions), Jane Boylan (author of contributions)
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The role of an advocate for children is one that I perform myself which is why I have found much of the research presented in this book so interesting... We are all on the same side battling to improve life for children who have, through no fault of their own, been handed a very bad set of cards.'
- From the Foreword by Cherie Booth QC
Advocacy for vulnerable people is increasingly becoming a part of health and social care practice, and over the past decade policy developments have contributed to a rapid development of advocacy services for children and young people.
This book explores the latest debates and findings relating to research and practice in the field of children and young people's advocacy. Contributors present the key issues and dynamics of current advocacy practice and examine its role within health, education and social care services, including its impact on inter-professional collaboration, the development of personalised services and the barriers and facilitators to children's participation in children's services.
This book will be valued by any professional working with young people, including children and young people's advocates, health and social care professionals, teachers and youth workers.
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Number of pages: 224
Weight: 338 g
Dimensions: 231 x 157 x 13 mm
As a collection of recent research revealing, from the perspectives of young people with experience of public care, the unique skills and benefits that independet advocates are able to offer them, this volume is essential reading for all children's workers and those responsible for service development. -- Professional Social Work
The provision of advocacy services for vulnerable young people is a rapidly growing field, evolving under health and social care practice. This book will be valued by any professional working with young children, including children and young people's advocates, health and social care professionals, teachers and youth workers. -- ChildRight
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