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Care proceedings: Exploring the relationship between case duration and achieving permanency for the child

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  • The 1989 Children Act In England And Wales And The Derivative 1995 Children (Ni) Order In Northern I
  • Both Pieces Of Legislation Were Intended To Address A Number Of Problems With The Way That Such Issu
  • Particularly The Tendency For Proceedings To Become Protracted And For Children To ‘Drift’ In Care A
  • The Imposition Of The ‘No Delay’ Principle In Both Jurisdictions Was Designed Specifically To Addres
  • However
  • Since The Introduction Of Both The 1989 Children Act (Implemented In October 1991) And The 1995 Chil
  • There Has Been A Steady Increase In The Average Duration Of Proceedings And Concerns Remain About Th
  • This Paper Presents The Findings Of A Research Study (Mcsherry Et Al
  • 2004) That Explored The Complex Relationship Between The Duration Of Care Proceedings And Costs To C
  • Musicology


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