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27 Jun 2022 - Child Abuse & Neglect
Background Both delinquency and out-of-home care (OOHC) are associated with a wide spectrum of psychiatric disorders. Reform schools (RS) are Finnish OOHC institutions for adolescents with severe conduct problems. Objective We investigated the...
27 Jun 2022 - Child Abuse & Neglect
Background When a child welfare service agency receives a report of concern, there is an initial screening to decide whether an investigation needs to be initiated. In addition to the decision maker, case factors, external factors, and...
21 Jun 2022 - OECD Publishing
In supporting children’s development, countries invest in the future successes of economies and societies. Awareness of the critical role early childhood education and care (ECEC) plays in setting a strong foundation for children’s learning,...
13 Jun 2022 - OECD Publishing
Young adults who have lived in out-of-home care at some point during their childhood often struggle to build stable lives. This is not surprising: typically young care leavers not only have to overcome a difficult childhood, but also tend to receive...
02 Jun 2022 - Journal of European Social Policy
In this study, we examine the trust placed by the populations of nine jurisdictions in their child protection systems. These systems protect children’s rights and grant authority for invasive interventions to curtail or even terminate parental...
02 Jun 2022 - Attachment & Human Development Volume 24, 2022 - Issue 1
Attachment theory and research are drawn upon in many applied settings, including family courts, but misunderstandings are widespread and sometimes result in misapplications. The aim of this consensus statement is, therefore, to enhance...
13 May 2022 - The Guardian
Encrypted messaging apps could be threatened by requirement for platforms to search for and combat child sexual abuse
11 May 2022 - Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma (2022)
Purpose Research has shown that children and adolescents suffering from posttraumatic stress often have negative posttraumatic cognitions such as negative appraisals of the trauma sequel that increase mental health problems. However, little is known...
09 May 2022 - Child Abuse Review Volume30, Issue5
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the lives of children and adolescents all over the world have changed unprecedentedly. Due to ‘social distancing,’ curfews and lockdowns, social contacts are often limited to closest family members. In...
05 May 2022 - BBC News
How children use meal-delivery apps and the rising popularity of online gaming could be driving obesity across Europe, the World Health Organization has said.