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Abuse of children by foster parents: Who is ultimately responsible?

United Kingdom - October 18 2017 Today, the Supreme Court handed down the long-awaited judgement about who is liable for the sexual abuse of children in foster care. This decision...

The “Jersey Way” and the next steps for child protection following the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry

Jersey - July 12 2017 On the 3rd July 2017 the long awaited and much anticipated Independent Jersey Care Inquiry was published. The report’s origins go back decades, with...

Jersey Care Report finally published: it is humbling, upsetting and disturbing

Jersey - July 3 2017 The findings of the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry were released to the public at 3pm today. The Jersey Care Leavers’ Association, who I have...

Independent Jersey Care Inquiry: What has brought us to this point and what should we expect from the Inquiry Report?

Jersey - June 30 2017 The Independent Jersey Care Inquiry (IJCI) will be publishing its long awaited report on the 3rd July 2017. In order to understand the report and what...

The General Election, Brexit and child protection issues

United Kingdom, European Union - April 19 2017 Whether we are “leavers” or “remainers” we must recognise that the European Union has played a pivotal role in ensuring that member states have...