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Safeguarding Black Children: Good Practice in Child Protection

Bernard, Claudia A. and Harris, Perlita, eds. 2016. Safeguarding Black Children: Good Practice in Child Protection. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. ISBN 978-1-84905-569-7 [Edited Book]

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Providing an exploration of the key issues, this book offers practical advice on how to improve the safeguarding and welfare of black children and young people in need.

With contributions from academics, researchers and practitioners, it promotes an understanding of the particular cultural and social issues that affect black children in relation to child protection. It highlights how race and racism, as well as culture, faith and gender, can influence the ways need and risk are interpreted and responded to. Drawing on insights from research evidence, case examples and practice guidelines, it outlines the range of factors that contribute to the vulnerability of black children and describes how to improve techniques of working with minority ethnic families. The book covers issues such as the effects of parental mental health problems, living with domestic violence, child maltreatment, and demonstrates how these might be understood differently for black children and young people. There are also chapters on topics such as female genital mutilation, witchcraft and forced marriage.

Essential reading for all social workers and child protection workers, as well as students and support managers, Safeguarding Black Children provides the tools and understanding needed to better support these children.

Item Type:

Edited Book

Additional Information:

Foreword by: June Thoburn
Contributions by: Ravinder Barn, Danielle Turney, Anna Gupta, Joanne Westwood, Prospera Tedam, Elizabeth Lewinson, Jonathan Scourfield, Jean Clarke, Derek Kirton, Carlene Firmin, Jenny Pearce, Stefan Brown, Frank Keating

Departments, Centres and Research Units:

Social, Therapeutic & Community Engagement (STaCS)

Date:

2016

Item ID:

19305

Date Deposited:

09 Dec 2016 15:03

Last Modified:

20 Jul 2018 10:50

URI:

http://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/19305

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