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The Politics of Child Protection
Date:7/3/2014

terity and ideology, according to Professor Parton.

"There were clearly agendas on social policy and in particular on children and family services," he said, adding that there has also been greater emphasis on talking more children into care and a new emphasis on adopting children who have been in care.

"This country is quite exceptional in this. The evidence about the success of adoptions in such circumstances is patchy at best. It is certainly not a straightforward solution to a complex problem.

Most other European countries don't adopt the way we do. This government is very keen on using adoption as a mainstream option for children that have been taken into care.

"I think the policy has been rushed and puts enormous pressures on the local authorities and the court system," said Professor Parton.

He has recently paid a research visit to Australia, examining a system that incorporates aspects of the broader-based approach that he advocates. It operates under the aegis of an organisation named Families Australia and has similarities to England's now-abandoned Every Child Matters policy.

"It requires people to talk and come forward at a much earlier stage rather than wait until the crisis occurs or becomes chronic, and it encourages professionals and organisations in the field to work closely together and to engage people at an earlier stage," said Professor Parton.

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Contact: Nicola Werritt
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University of Huddersfield
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