Date: September 22nd, 12 – 1pm
The Child Welfare Inequalities Network comprises researchers from a range of countries who are engaged in understanding how child welfare systems and practices operate to reproduce, mitigate, or transform intersecting inequalities in the lives of children and families.
Members’ areas of research include: the relationship between deprivation and a child’s chances of being removed from their family of origin In the UK, the influence of socioeconomic vulnerabilities on child protection service outcomes in Canada, and an inequalities and policy discourse perspective on recent child protection trends in Aotearoa New Zealand.
This seminar is the first in a series being organised. Future activities will also include developing international research collaborations, supporting methodological innovations, and mentoring early career researchers.
More information and registration link: Child Welfare Inequalities Network – inaugural seminar