Private and public voices: Does family group conferencing privilege the voice of children and families in child welfare?

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Jordene, FRG
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Private and public voices: Does family group conferencing privilege the voice of children and families in child welfare?

Post by Jordene, FRG » Wed Feb 26, 2020 5:53 pm

Hi all,

Please see attached for an article from the Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law by Marie Connolly and Judith Masson that may be of interest.

'Examining the literature and research relating to the FGC it considers whether the approach provides a genuine context of participation and partnership, or whether it has become an instrumental professionally led practice as families are charged with greater responsibilities for children at risk. '

Best wishes,

Jordene
Family Rights Group
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