Key PointsCountries have developed different approaches to child welfare, both with respect to overall service orientation and to the ways in which they intervene in the life of a family.Many countries have developed alternative or differential responses to service delivery that provide more attuned responses to family need.Child protection services are constantly evolving, developing within a dynamic and often politically charged environment.
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