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Community Involvement Through Child Protection Mediation

Barsky, Allan
June 4, 2015

Source: (1999) Child Welfare 78(4): 481- 501

Mediation has been used in child protection cases to help resolve conflicts involving child protection workers, parents, and other family members. This article explores whether mediation can foster greater community involvement with families that have experienced child abuse or neglect and, if so, how.


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