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Okanagan Nation Alliance holds Children First Forum

PENTICTON–Fewer than eight per cent of children in B.C. are aboriginal, but First Nation’s children represent more than half of our province’s children in care. 172 more words

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Children In Care - Masters Dissertation

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What are the issues impacting on the educational achievement of Young People in Care at Key Stage 4? 18,950 more words

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Attempting to isolate the impact of being in care: an international systematic review

This systematic review of international research was undertaken to consider the following questions:

  • Is there an association between being in care and educational outcomes?
  • What is the nature of the association between being in care and educational outcomes?
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How do migrant young people get on in care?

This study focuses on the outcomes of migrant young people in care in England. It is one part of a large research project that was undertaken by The Rees Centre and the researchers at the University of Bristol on the… 197 more words

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What are the factors associated with educational outcomes of children in care? An international systematic review

This systematic review investigates the factors associated with educational outcomes for children in care, other than just being in care.

What were the key findings? 394 more words

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Planning for migrant young people in care: do placements make a difference?

This paper has been submitted for publication and will be available soon.

Abstract: Independent migrant children experience high levels of mental health problems. On arrival in high-income countries they are placed by relevant authorities in different types of accommodation, including foster care, group homes or shared housing. 162 more words

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Balancing vulnerability and agency: An irreconcilable dichotomy for social workers working with migrant young people in the UK

The study is available here.

As practitioners we know that migrant young people face significant difficulties in securing the support they need from service providers. 187 more words

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