Researchers: Nina Biehal, Helen Baldwin (SPSW)
Hans Grietens, Monica Lopez, Erik Knorth and Helen Bouma (University of Groningen, The Netherlands)
Heinz Kindler, Eric van Santen and Susanne Witte (German Youth Institute, Germany)
Funder: NORFACE: Welfare States Futures
Duration: January 2015 to December 2017
The aim of the study is to compare approaches to child protection in England, Germany and the Netherlands and their impact on children and families. It will:
The study has three phases:
The overall aim of the study will be to contribute to policy and practice development in Europe by sharing learning about the strengths and limitations of different approaches to child protection.
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Home or care? Pathways and outcomes for children in a multi-ethnic cohort
Disentangling the effects of being in care from the impact of the difficult experiences that led to admission into care, using secondary analysis of two unique datasets.
Outcomes for children placed for reasons of abuse or neglect:
the consequences of staying in care or returning home.