Corporate Parenting : Promote, Opportunities, Access: Implementing Section 58(1)(c),(d)&(e)

Lisa Ann Kennedy

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Abstract

This is the fifth in a special series of 'implementation notes' developed by CELCIS, with support from corporate parents, to assist in the implementation and enactment of a specific duty (or a set of duties) included in Part 9 (Corporate Parenting) of the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014 (the Act). The aims of each implementation note are to: Assist corporate parents in deciding 'how' they will meet their 'corporate parenting' duties; Identify solutions to the practical challenges faced by corporate parents, associated with implementing duties 'in so far as is consistent with the proper exercise of their other functions'; Support corporate parents in their efforts to make a positive and meaningful contribution towards improving the lives of looked after children and care leavers.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationGlasgow
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 30 Apr 2016

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Keywords

  • corporate parenting
  • legislation
  • throughcare
  • aftercare

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Corporate Parenting : Promote, Opportunities, Access : Implementing Section 58(1)(c),(d)&(e). / Kennedy, Lisa Ann.

Glasgow, 2016. 12 p.

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