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Our blog has insights from academics, policy makers, practitioners and service users about child protection in Scotland.  

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Latest Blog Posts

Social workers need to be upfront about what we can and can’t do

by Viviene Cree I watched BBC Scotland’s Fife’s Child Killings: The Untold Story last night with some trepidation. Was this going to be another public humiliation of social work and social workers – another of the ritual slaggings that so … Continue reading →

Published on 5th August 2017 via Revisiting Child Protection in Scotland

A Young Person speaks about 2016: changing policy and practice

As someone who grew up in care in Scotland, 2016 will be a year that I never forget. Currently I work in the policy team at Who Cares? Scotland. Who Cares? Scotland is an independent advocacy and campaigning organisation that … Continue reading →

Published on 24th May 2017 via Revisiting Child Protection in Scotland

Looking back on the Revisiting Child Protection in Scotland project: A View from the Field

In this blog, Trisha Hall, Scottish Association of Social Workers’ manager, talks about what the Revisiting Child Protection in Scotland project – and the TLC resources within it – have meant for her … The Talking & Listening to Children … Continue reading →

Published on 24th May 2017 via Revisiting Child Protection in Scotland