#Adoption: Child Protection System Is Failing Older Children – UK Parliament


#Adoption: Child Protection System Is Failing Older Children – UK Parliament



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Launching the report Education Committee Chair, Graham Stuart MP, said,

“Our report is the culmination of a year-long inquiry. The recent revelations concerning the BBC and other institutions underline how important it is to get child protection right.

We’ve seen real improvement among professionals and think the direction of travel championed by the Munro Review is the right one. But there is a lot more to do and risks to the progress made.

Care for older children is not good enough. They are let down too often, frequently ignored or not listened to and can be pushed out of care too young and insufficiently prepared and supported. This has to change.

Source: Child protection system is failing older children, warns Education Committee – News from Parliament – UK Parliament

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Martin Narey, ministerial adviser on adoption and former chief executive of Barnardo’s, disagreed, stating, “Overwhelmingly in all the cases that I have looked at, in all the research I have read I don’t think there’s anything to suggest that a significant proportion of those are inappropriate”.


The total number of positions this person has retired from are 8 Directorships5 and 5 Companies Trading, in total.

The first directorship we have on file for him was in 2011 at The Advertising Standards Authority (Broadcast) Limited. His newest directorship was with Barnardo Trading Limited where he held the position of “Chief executive”.

Chair of Education Schools and Families Select Committee

Graham Charles Stuart (born 12 March 1962) is a British Conservative Partypolitician. He was elected Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness at the2005 general election, and retained his seat in 2010 and 2015.

In June 2010, Stuart was elected by MPs as Chair of the Education Select Committee.]Despite being a Conservative MP, Stuart frequently disagreed with the Secretary of State for Education Michael Gove. His Committee produces up to six reports a year ranging from single evidence inquiries to more detailed examinations into Education, Schools and Family policy.


Last update on 29th May 2014

Britain’s adoption crisis.

Adoption is a process whereby a person assumes the parenting for another and, in so doing, permanently transfers all rights and responsibilities from the original parent or parents.

“The Times is campaigning to fix a broken British adoption system. We want the speed of the adoption process to be increased and to substantially increase the number of successful adoptions.”

The chair of a major inquiry into child abuse in Scotland has resigned following claims she made comments that were “offensive” to survivors.


July 4 2016, 4.47pm

Susan O’Brien QC will no longer lead the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry, which is due to begin public hearings in November.

It comes less than a week after panel member Professor Michael Lamb stepped down, citing interference by ministers.

She did not dispute that the comments were made but maintained they were acceptable in the context in which they were made, the Scottish Government said.

So, what are we doing about child sex abuse?



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Your ‘Family Rights’ believing in the best interest of children. The issues which are important to me are, children and their families, the injustices to parents, which may occur, because of inadequate information, mistakes or corruption. This is happening every day. every minute and every second. For years I have campaigned for the rights of children and their voices to be heard.
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