By Jane Williams
A useful source for all social staff in perform with young ones and households, this e-book examines key matters equivalent to baby safety, relations aid, care making plans, adoption and case guidance for court docket. With illustrative case reports all through, the textual content is split into sections. hide; CONTENTS; ALPHABETICAL checklist OF situations; ALPHABETICAL checklist OF foreign tools; ALPHABETICAL checklist OF STATUTES; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; advent: the best way to USE THIS publication; half One -- Context and topics; 1 legislation, Social paintings and kids; 2 resources of legislations for baby Care Social paintings; three responsibility for baby Care perform in England and Wales; four Inter-agency operating and data Sharing; half -- Social paintings perform with youngsters; creation: Key strategies in Case-work Interventions; five attractive with youngsters and Their households to guard childrens and advertise Their Welfare
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3 of the Human Rights Act 1998. The UNCRC The antecedents of the UNCRC are different from those of the ECHR. The UNCRC is one of a number of human rights instruments negotiated and agreed within the United Nations, dealing with a particular category of persons deemed to be especially vulnerable or to have special needs. The idea of having an international agreement about children was first mooted by Eglantyne Jebb, the remarkable woman who went on to co-found Save the Children. Horrified by her experience of the condition of many displaced and deprived children in Europe in the aftermath of the First World War, she campaigned within the newly established League of Nations (the forerunner to the United Nations) for an international declaration of children’s rights.
9781412908030-Ch01 4/18/08 5:21 PM Page 14 Law’s functions and social work values Thus the law works in various ways to direct, constrain, influence and review social work with children. Law impacts on substantive decisions directed at outcomes as well as on process, so that the role and functions of social work with children are to a large extent defined by law. Yet the law can equally be seen as an instrument to be used by social workers to promote social work values in general and child care values in particular.
The Human Rights Act 1998 changed all of this. Most significant in terms of the legal framework for social work practice with children is the deceptively simple provision in s. 6(1) of the 1998 Act: It is unlawful for a public authority to act in a way which is incompatible with a Convention right. The effect of this on social work practice with children is to require social workers to act in a way which is compatible with the Convention rights not only of the child with whom they are working but also others whose Convention rights are affected.