Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Margaret Bell ; foreword by Mary John|
|LC Classifications||HQ789 .B45 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011004523|
Promoting Children's Rights in Social Work and Social Care: A Guide to Participatory Practice (Children in Charge Book 14) eBook: Bell, Margaret: : Kindle Store/5(2). Get this from a library! Promoting children's rights in social work and social care: a guide to participatory practice. [Margaret Bell] -- Children have a right enshrined within the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child to participate in decisions that affect them, and their participation in social care services can have a positive. The book is designed for any social work or social care professional working with children, students and academics in the social work and will also be invaluable to those involved in promoting children's rights and child participation. Subject terms: self-esteem, social work, user participation, children, childrens rights, decision making;. This book provides a conceptual framework for children's rights as well as specific strategies and opportunities for social workers to apply in their work. It guides social work professionals and students through the history of children's rights. It also includes a call for a paradigm shift from a focus on the right to nurturance to the right.
Children & Society Vol Issue 6. Book Review. Promoting Children's Rights in Social Work and Social Care: A Guide to Participatory Practice By Bell Margaret London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, ISBN , pp, £ Buy Promoting Children's Rights in Social Work and Social Care: A Guide to Participatory Practice (Children in Charge) by Margaret Bell (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 2. Looking at education, health, social care and welfare, it bridges the gap between policy and practice for children from Birth to 19 years. Chapters cover: the child's right to play - youth justice and children's rights - the voice of the child - ethical dilemmas in different contexts - involvement, participation and decision making. Grunwald, K., & Thiersch, H. The concept of the 'lifeworld orientation' for social work and social care. Journal of Social Work Practice, 23(2), Hammarberg, T. The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child - and How to Make It Work. Human Rights Quarterly, 12(1), Hare, I. Defining Social Work for the 21 st.
states, which show that better experiences for children and families in social care and overall well-being are possible. These should serve as a call to member states to learn and work with each other and to enhance their social services for children and families in a friendly way, taking into account the rights and views of both. Si. Promoting Children's Rights in Social Work and Social Care addresses these questions. Margaret Bell looks at the reality of children's life experiences, examines the variety of definitions of participation and highlights creative initiatives for children's involvement which have proven successful. Race, T & Bennett, A , 'Social work and children's rights: promoting young people's participation in social work practice and education', in Jones, P & Walker, G (eds), Children's rights in practice, SAGE Publications Ltd, London, pp. , viewed 11 July , doi: /n Course: Child rights and why they matter. Interested in learning more about child rights? Take this short course to transform your understanding of child rights and a child rights approach, introduce you to UNICEF’s mandate as it relates to child rights, and inspire you to apply a child rights lens to your everyday work and life.