Facilitating children's participation within multidisciplinary meetings: guiding principles for child and youth care centres

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January 1, 2021

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children children's participation child and youth care centres child protection guiding principles multidisciplinary meetings


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Jessica Johannisen et al., « Facilitating children's participation within multidisciplinary meetings: guiding principles for child and youth care centres », Social Work, ID : 10670/1.7jn97l


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Legislation on both an international and national level advocates that all children have a right to participate in all matters affecting them. This article reflects an interest in children's participation in the broad field of child protection, and specifically within the context of South African child and youth care centres. Against this contextual background, the article aims to introduce guiding principles that may stimulate ongoing conversation on the facilitation of children's participation in a specific space of decision-making within child and youth care centres, namely multidisciplinary meetings. Guiding principles were derived from a comprehensive qualitative study in which individual semi-structured interviews and focus group groups were conducted to collect data from residential social workers, child and youth care workers, and children from child and youth care centres in the greater metropolitan area of Cape Town in South Africa.

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