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It is time to split adults and children’s social work education, says Martin Narey – Community Care


Government advisor believes the social work of ‘essentially two professions’ cannot be spread across two academic years Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.communitycare.co.uk See on Scoop.it – Public Law Children Act Adoption Cases

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Martin Narey


Martin Narey – Advisor on Adoption Part 1 Martin Narey is the Ministerial Advisor on Adoption. To the dismay of some advocates, campaigners and parents,  this year Mr. Martin Narey replaced the Mr. with a Sir; when he was knighted in the New … Continue reading

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Martin Narey – Advisor on Adoption


  Martin Narey – Advisor on Adoption   See on Scoop.it – Public Law Children Act Cases Martin Narey is the Ministerial Advisor on Adoption. waine-warren‘s insight: Oh well …. See on http://www.youtube.com Related articles {7 of 30} Neglecting Narey (towardchange.wordpress.com) … Continue reading

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Martin Narey Ltd


See on Scoop.it – Northamptonshire County Council (UK) “After thirty years in public service, most of it working with offenders and after five years in the charitable sector I am now self employed. My first career was in the NHS … Continue reading

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Sir Martin James Narey


Sir Martin James Narey Quote from Martin Narey, The Guardian There has long been an absolute conviction among social workers, statutory and voluntary, and politicians local and national, that taking a child into care is to be avoided almost at all cost. … Continue reading

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Sir Martin James Narey Director Details


Sir Martin James Narey Director Details via Martin Narey Ltd. See on Scoop.it – Northamptonshire County Council (UK) RETIRED DIRECTORSHIPS The total number of positions this person has retired from are 8 Directorships5 and 5 Companies Trading, in total. OPEN COMPANY DIRECTORSHIPS Active directorships at companies … Continue reading

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Adoption And Fostering The New Vision


Adoption And Fostering The New Vision   Sir Martin James Narey is the EX Head of the Prison Service and Barnardo Trading Limited where he held the position of “Chief executive”. Sir Martin Narey was appointed non-executive board member at the … Continue reading

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The Beauty In Freedom


The Beauty In Freedom The Family Court System Exposed – Beauty In Freedom Matthew Shell (MTS Music) Beauty In Freedom Source: The Family Court System Exposed – Beauty In Freedom. The Family Court system was never about the children and never … Continue reading

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


  #Adoption: Child Protection System Is Failing Older Children – UK Parliament   Society and Culture 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 … Continue reading

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Social workers’ training too focused on theory rather than working with children


An official government report has found training for social workers focuses too much on human rights theory and not enough on actually protecting the vulnerable in practice Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.telegraph.co.uk New social workers are not up to the … Continue reading

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