Getting it right, developing your child protection policies & procedures
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Published by The Agency in [Belfast] .
Written in English

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StatementVolunteer Development Agency.
ContributionsVolunteer Development Agency (Northern Ireland)
The Physical Object
Pagination28p. :
Number of Pages28
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Open LibraryOL18987932M

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Children have the right to be protected from harm. If your organisation or group works with children or young people you must have a clear set of guidelines about how you will: respond to child protection concerns. Your safeguarding and child protection policies and procedures are an important part of protecting children and young people. SAVE THE CHILDREN’S CHILD PROTECTION STRATEGY Our approach – Save the Children’s approach is based on every child’s right to be protected and cared for, ideally by their own family or in a family-like environment. We are strengthening community-based and national child protection systems and we are working in partnership with. Child Safeguarding: A Guide for Policy, Procedure and Practice (1st edition) was developed by a small working group following extensive consultation with internal and external stakeholders and review of national and international research and practice examples on best practice in child safeguarding. While it is not possible to list all of the. Safeguarding children and child protection All organisations that work with or come into contact with children should have safeguarding policies and procedures to ensure that every child, regardless of their age, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation, has a right to equal protection from harm.

Review process for requesting, reviewing, granting, and revoking proxy access to health information; adult child, parent, guardian, or significant other. Review privacy/security officer reporting and access requirements. Review “break the glass” procedures. Review identifying and approving access policies and procedures. Child Protection and Welfare Practice Handbook How to use the Practice Handbook Section 1: For everybody whose work brings them into direct or indirect contact with children and their families. It provides a Glossary of Terms frequently used in child protection and welfare practice, as well as the definitions of the four types of child abuse. ties to address child protection issues What is child Protection? huMan rights the convention on the rights of the child () outlines the fundamental rights of children, in-cluding the right to be protected from economic exploitation and harmful work, from all forms of sexual exploitation and abuse, and from physi-. Beyond the 'policy', organisations will need 'procedures' to run alongside, turning the policy into a useful document that can be used by staff and volunteers. Many policies require an individual to be designated with a particular role (e.g. First Aider, child protection officer) so it's essential that other staff and volunteers are aware of.

People with autism have a number of legal rights and protections. It is important to understand these rights to ensure that you or your child is being treated fairly and given access to all of the services and supports to which you are entitled. In , the law firm Goodwin Procter LLP generously put together a 20 page guide that defines terms. To aid church leaders in preparing protection policies for their congregations, GRACE has put out a new book called The Child Safeguarding Policy for Churches and Ministries. I received a free review copy and have spent the last several days reading it. It's extremely helpful and covers these and other topics/5(28). If your organisation does not fully take on board and adopt the policies, they will serve no purpose in safeguarding, policies must be constantly updated and circulated. You should try and involve all staff in the creation of the policy, not only will this ensure all staff understand and are on board but also relay that everyone has the same. Follow these Steps to email a friend or colleague a link to this information. Presents an overview of State laws that give priority or preference to relatives when children are in need of out-of-home care. The issues addressed include locating relatives, determining the fitness of a relative to provide care, and requirements for licensure.