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Child fatality review teams and the role of social workers An international perspective.
New country-by-country data reveals alarmingly slow progress on reducing child deaths . . . While 90 countries are on track to meet the target of reducing child deaths by two-thirds by 2015, 98 countries are ...
International legal note: Social work comes to the small screen.
Legal risk, accountability and transparency in social work.
Social Workers and the United Nations Effective Advocacy Strategies.
The Regulation of Intercountry Adoption.
(University of Louisville, 2006)
As of January 2006, the United States was the only major receiver of children through intercountry adoption that had not implemented the 1993 Hague Convention on Intercountry Adoption (Hague Convention). The United States ...
Go to Jail, Pay $200: Child Support Obligations of Incarcerated Parents.
(The Haworth Press, Inc., 2000)
Non-collection of child support disproportionately affects poor women. To address this problem non-custodial incarcerated parents are a potential source of child support payments. It is calculated that 37, 820 custodial ...
Trade-offs in Formulating a Consistent National Policy on Adoption.
(Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, 2008-04)
Just as the courts must consider the trade-off between the best interest of the child and parental rights in involuntary termination of parental rights, policy on international adoption must consider the trade-offs ...
Wrong death of children in foster care.
(University of La Verne, 2009)
This Article surveys wrongful death cases filed in various states involving the death of children in foster care. Part I discusses wrongful death claims in general, and Part II discusses foster care. Part III discusses ...