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    The way I view policy at the Davis Child Shelter is on 4 levels. Each level is encompassed by the other. The largest level is Chapter 49 in West Virginia Code. Chapter 49 looks at child’s safety and well-being physically, mentally, and emotionally, the terminology used, trying to preserve family ties, the rules juvenile justice system, reasons for a child to be removed, development of community resources, understanding abuse and neglect court, and punishment for juvenile offenses are some of the

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    British Child Protection Policies

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    Introduction “Parliaments and their members can and should be among the foremost champions of child protection. They can legislate, oversee government activity, allocate financial resources and, as leaders within their nations and communities, raise awareness of issues and provide advocacy.” Historic Perspective The end of the 19th century saw a raising concern with the cruelty inflicted to children by their guardians, that was expressed in the public campaigns carried out by the National Society

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    birth before having the second child, and couples were encouraged to have only 2 children (Greenhalgh 2008: 49). In 1979, the one-child policy was implemented to further control the population growth. Description of One-Child Policy as it was First Implemented in 1979 The one-child policy restricted most families from having more than one child, and couples were required to get permission from the head of their work unit before having a child. Having a second child without permission, could lead

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    The Implications of Current Child Policy for the Welfare of Children Children in the United Kingdom are key consumers of social policy. They consume a vast amount of the many services provided by this Country. Services such as health care through Doctors, hospitals and clinics, the education system which is largely devoted financially to the schooling of young people, and also the social security system which is stretched by children whose parents are in need of income support or family

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    Development and implementation of one child policy During the first half of 50’s government did not limit the population growth but did the exact opposite and actually encourage families to have more children. This was due to the Mao Zedong’s or Chairman Mao’s believe that more population would mean more economic development, more labor and more growth, however, late 1950’s changed that and that is when China began implementing first population control measures. As population reached 600 million

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    Depression of the 1930s, nongovernmental child protection societies dwindled. These organizations relied heavily on charitable contributions and when the economy collapsed, the contributions halted. By the 1940s, most of the child protection societies either merged with other organizations or closed completely. The last era of child welfare began in 1962. Myers says that the 1960s started a time when people were actually paying more attention to child abuse, thanks to medical doctors. Prior to

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    Child protection refers to the policies and procedures that have been put in place. These procedures must be followed if you have any concerns about a child in regards to them being harmed in any way. Safeguarding refers to how a professional who is working with children should respond when dealing with a child protection case. The safeguarding procedures that are in place are there to ensure risk and harm to children is kept to a minimum and prevented to go any further once discovered. Question

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    goes as far as policy allows it too. This paper will examine the similarities and differences from western child welfare policy in the United States (US) and look outwards at international trends of practice and policy in Finland and Germany. In order to develop effective policy that meets society’s needs, it’s important to analysis other countries child welfare policies and gain an understanding of what is making a difference in child welfare practice around the world. The child welfare system

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    Policy Problem and Solution The U.S is now facing a problem that affects children today and in the future. These children are the future of the U.S, so shouldn’t they all have the highest quality of education possible. Through new policies implemented by the Board of Education, education has become a competition for schools to earn their funding. The Race to the top is a mandate (p.81) which is a formal order from the national government that the states carry out certain polices, is supposed to create

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    rate of 1.3% per year or 44,100 people a day. There are now more people living in China than whole world 150 years ago. The population broke the billion mark in the 1982 census, the results of which provided the justification for the strict one-child policy which effectively curbed rapid population growth. In the 1990 census, China counted 1.133 billion people, over the next decades the world population will inevitably age. This is an unavoidable consequence of large birth cohorts during the 1950s

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