Key PointsPractice in child and family welfare evolves over time. Frameworks, models and tools giving effect to good practice need to be responsive to cultural imperatives, underpinned by strong ethical values and informed by quality research.Interventions reflecting a commitment to partnership with families are increasingly seen as good practice in child and family welfare.Robust child protection systems are supported by a clearly articulated know ledge base, sound assessment models that engage families, and effect ive professional decision-making processes.
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