CoramBAAF Urges Parliamentarians To Reject Clause 15 Of The Children And Social Work Bill


 

CoramBAAF Urges Parliamentarians To Reject Clause 15 Of The Children And Social Work Bill

CoramBAAF has set out its opposition to proposals that could see clause 15 of the Children and Social Work Bill used to disband adoption and fostering panels and relax the assessment process for children being placed with family and friends foster carers.

The Bill

EXPLANATORY NOTES

Explanatory notes to the Bill, prepared by the Department for Education, are published separately as HL Bill 1—EN.

EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS

Lord Nash has made the following statement under section 19(1)(a) of the Human Rights Act 1998:

In his view the provisions of the Children and Social Work Bill [HL] are compatible with the Convention rights.

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2 Responses to CoramBAAF Urges Parliamentarians To Reject Clause 15 Of The Children And Social Work Bill

  1. Our children are the future, yet those in authority appear to care so little about their real needs – and – their rights as human beings – and the country’s future adults.

  2. I couldn’t agree more.

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