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[PUBLICATIONS] Evidence Matters in Family Justice: Legal Briefing

Strategic Briefings
Published: October 2012

This briefing aims to inform local authority solicitors, legal teams commissioned by the authority and family court staff about how evidence-informed practice supports the work of social workers in the family court. It includes the policy and legal context of the Family Justice R

[PUBLICATIONS] Evidence Matters in Family Justice: Resource Pack (2012)

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: October 2012

This resource pack includes a range of briefings, tools and practical exercises to help managers and social workers prepare and present evidence in court. It covers the policy landscape of family justice, how to use research in court effectively and strengthen assessments for cou

[PUBLICATIONS] Organisational Audit for Evidence-Informed Practice

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: April 2012

This audit tool helps organisations to benchmark how far evidence-informed practice is embedded in their organisation, create an effective action plan and monitor change. It covers leadership, organisational culture, building capacity and sharing learning. Number of pages: 4 Pr

[PUBLICATIONS] Safeguarding in the 21st century: Signpost summary

Research reviews and summaries
Published: January 2010

This summary of the research review, Safeguarding in the 21st century - where to now includes the key findings and recommendations on assessment, interventions such as relationship-based practice and supporting parenting, and ways of working to support more effective safeguarding

[PUBLICATIONS] Analysis and critical thinking: literature review: Literature Review (2009)

Research reviews and summaries
Published: January 2009

Please note that this has not been updated since it was published.This literature review draws together ideas from current literature and research about assessment and the kind of thinking that is needed to support this central dimension of practice. It highlights the role of ana

[PUBLICATIONS] Safeguarding in the 21st century - where to now: Research Review (2010)

Research reviews and summaries
Published: January 2010

This research review is essential reading for those leading work to safeguard children and young people. It sets out a model of safeguarding for the 21st century looking at how safeguarding has changed, assessment of families, effective interventions and integrated working. It in

[PUBLICATIONS] Ensuring effective training: Briefing for Local Safeguarding Children Boards: Strategic Briefing (2014)

Strategic Briefings
Published: March 2014

The purpose of this briefing is to provide LSCB Chairs, Board members and LSCB staff, such as business managers and trainers, with advice on how LSCBs can ensure that the substantial resources which are devoted to training and staff development across the partnership are used to

[PUBLICATIONS] Commissioning early help: Strategic Briefing (2013)

Strategic Briefings
Published: November 2013

Strategic leaders are asked to make decisions about the allocation of resources across a range of services for children and families. Many commissioning decisions involve ‘wicked issues’ - social or organisational problems that have no easy answers and require new way

[PUBLICATIONS] Making the right choices for children in care: Leaders’ Briefing (2014)

Leaders' Briefings
Published: March 2014

This briefing is for local authority Lead Members for Children’s Services. It highlights key research messages about the different types of living arrangements for children in care, and how each can help provide them with long-term stability during childhood and beyond. Th

[PUBLICATIONS] Embedding the Voice of Children and Young People in Service Evaluation: Evaluation Tool (2014)

Evaluation Tools and Guides
Published: April 2014

This Guide introduces commissioners, service managers and practitioners to some of the key principles of including the voice of children and young people in service evaluation. It outlines why this is important, builds on established theory and practice, and looks at different ap
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