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It provides more family services than other regimes. qxd 11/20/2006 12:31 PM Page 25 THE HISTORY OF CHILD ABUSE the liberal welfare regime in which it operates. The importance of the cultural context in which policy is made raises questions about the feasibility of integrating support and protection as is envisaged by the Every Child Matters agenda: ‘There is a contradiction between discouraging reliance on state support and encouraging more supportive interventions with families’ (Hetherington, 2002: 30).
Qxd 11/20/2006 12:31 PM Page 24 24 CHILD PROTECTION to encourage professional collaboration and increased collection and sharing of data about children to help professionals identify needs at an early stage and then provide help to meet those needs. Comparison with other countries Realising how differently some other countries conceptualise and respond to child abuse helps us to understand how culturally specific the UK development of policy and practice has been. The political scientist Esping-Anderson (1990) has grouped industrialised countries into three main types: Anglo-American, Continental European and Scandinavian.
Children should be safe and be protected by effective intervention if they are in danger. • When dealing with children, courts should ensure that delay is avoided (Section 1(2)), and may only make an Order if to do so is better than making no order at all (Section 1(5)). • Child participation : children should be kept informed about what happens to them, and should participate when decisions are made about their future. Running theme: the voice of the child Some children have special needs that must be met if their wishes and feelings are to be ascertained.