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‘No quick fix’: the building blocks that made Cafcass ‘outstanding’

By Anthony Douglas in Community Care: 

Good children’s services contribute to the progressive defining then embedding of children’s rights in civic society. They are part of the hallmark of a civilised society – that vulnerable children are safeguarded in their present situation and that their future is well supported. The oversight of a tough but fair inspection regime […]

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