In this book we have looked at the ways in which child protection work can be enhanced by a strong knowledge base, innovative professional ractices, and supportive organizational contexts. Creating strong ser vices for children is not an easy task and in recent times most English speaking child protection systems have undergone reform and development, often in response to challenging reviews that have exposed weaknesses in statutory service responses. Systems will continue to evolve and change, but it is significant that many recent reforms have emphasized systemic issues and called for integrated responses that support in depth, quality practice.
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