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This is an online library with  publications related to child protection, including legislation, professional guidance, research reports and toolkits. Please use the filter function to adjust your search.

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2016 - MenCare and Care

State of the World’s Fathers – Balkan Review – Cover Page

The first of its kind State of the World Fathers Report launched in June 2015 in 10 cities around the world, provides a periodic, data-driven snapshot of the state of men’s contributions to parenting and caregiving globally by addressing four issues...
2015 - MenCare
This is the first report about fatherhood around the world which is represented together with available data and studies from all countries. The report emphasizes the pivotal role of fatherhood in households in increasing women's empowerment and...
2014 - Science Direct
This article focuses on engaging fathers as allies in the prevention of child abuse and neglect. It gives a comprehensive overview of the topic of father engagement: it summarizes evidence about the reality of work with fathers in this context, it...
2014 - The Stationery Office
This important new report uses a literature review to identify clearly the fundamental role of the parent not only as the first teacher but as the first caregiver and provider of love and security. This bond is known as attachment. It is the...
2012 -
This research report is the outcome of a Knowledge Exchange Fellowship undertaken by Circle’s fathers’ worker Nick Smithers and the University of Edinburgh School of Social Work. The purpose of the practitioner research project was to elicit the...
2009 - National Abandoned Infants Assistance Resource Center (University of California, Berkeley)
This study, conducted by The National Abandoned Infants Assistance Resource Center in Berkeley (CA) aims to change the prevalent practice in child protection work in which social workers exclude fathers from the services due to negative framing of...
2001 - SAGE Publications
This article presents an analysis of data from an ethnographic study in a child and family social work team in the United Kingdom, which set out to explore this concentration on mothering and avoidance of men. The article outlines some discourses of...

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