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Watery red, blue and yellow paint.
by Rebecca Megson-Smith with Brid Featherstone  |  22nd April 2022

An impact case study of 'Re-imagining Child Protection' by Brid Featherstone, Susan White and Kate Morris, highlighting the resonance the book had for those working within both policy and practice spheres.…Read more

Child taking pictures.
by Steve Rogowski  |  14th March 2022

Steve Rogowski charts the rise and fall of the social work profession since the 1970s as managerialism has led to the rationing of resources and the management of risk. But there are ways to challenge the new status quo.…Read more

Black and white ferns that are curled up at the top.
by Ian Hyslop  |  26th January 2022

Ian Hyslop, author of 'A Political History of Child Protection', considers the disproportionality of Māori children in state care in NZ – another example of bias against indigenous peoples in Anglophone countries across the world. …Read more

'Top 10' neon sign
by Bristol University Press and Policy Press  |  22nd December 2021

Transforming Society's most read articles from 2021, brought to you by Bristol University Press and Policy Press.…Read more

by Brid Featherstone Anna Gupta and Kate Morris  |  5th August 2021

Brid Featherstone, Anna Gupta and Kate Morris argue for the light that COVID-19 has shone on the inequalities scarring our society to include in its focus child protection and its relationship to wider