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The Population's Confidence in the Child Protection System – A Survey Study of England, Finland, Norway and the United States (California)
This article examines the confidence the population (N = 4,003) has in the child welfare system in four countries – England, Finland, Norway and the USA (California). We find that about half or less of the population reports ...
Pathways to permanence in England and Norway: A critical analysis of documents and data
The English language term ‘permanence’ is increasingly used in high income countries as a ‘short-hand’ translation for a complex set of aims around providing stability and family membership for children who need child ...