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The Role of Public Policy in Protecting Children from Violence
The Role of Public Policy in Protecting Children from Violence
Presentation Overview
Presentation Overview
A Human Rights Based Approach
A Human Rights Based Approach
A Human Rights Based Approach
A Human Rights Based Approach
A Human Rights Based Approach
A Human Rights Based Approach
Governments Role
Governments Role
The Family’s Role
The Family’s Role
Protection Against Institutionalization
Protection Against Institutionalization
Deinstitutionalization vs
Deinstitutionalization vs
Fixing One Problem - Causing Another
Fixing One Problem - Causing Another
Fixing One Problem - Causing Another
Fixing One Problem - Causing Another
Fixing One Problem - Causing Another
Fixing One Problem - Causing Another
The Goal of Public Policy
The Goal of Public Policy
Safety, Permanency & Love
Safety, Permanency & Love
The Colombian Model
The Colombian Model
The United States Model
The United States Model
The Russian Model
The Russian Model
The Russian Model
The Russian Model
A Common Thread
A Common Thread
Parent Training
Parent Training
The Interview
The Interview
The Assessment
The Assessment
Role of Public Policy Summary Statement
Role of Public Policy Summary Statement
Equal Protections
Equal Protections
If you want to go fast, go alone If you want to go far, travel
If you want to go fast, go alone If you want to go far, travel

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1 The Role of Public Policy in Protecting Children from Violence

The Role of Public Policy in Protecting Children from Violence

2 Presentation Overview

Presentation Overview

Joint Council Tom DiFilipo – Public Policy Jody Sciortino – Clinical Interventions Morris & McDaniel David Morris – Clinical Preventions

3 A Human Rights Based Approach

A Human Rights Based Approach

Universal Declaration of Human Rights Family is “the natural and fundamental unit of society” As such the family, including children, must be protected United Nations Programme for the International year of the Family “the family provides the natural framework for…the growth and development of its members, particularly infants and children”

4 A Human Rights Based Approach

A Human Rights Based Approach

United Nations Convention on the rights of the Child Provides each child with: The right to survival, The right to develop to the fullest, The right to protection from harmful influences, abuse and exploitation, and the right to participate fully in family, cultural and social life.

5 A Human Rights Based Approach

A Human Rights Based Approach

Hague Convention on Protection of Children and Co-Operation in Respect of Intercountry Adoption “Recognizing that the child, for the full and harmonious development of his or her personality, should grow up in a family environment, in an atmosphere of happiness, love and understanding.”

6 Governments Role

Governments Role

The International Community has agreed that governments have a responsibility to set public policies which protect the family and all of its members, including infants and children.

7 The Family’s Role

The Family’s Role

The World Community agrees; The family has the greatest potential to protect children and provide for their physical and emotional safety. The privacy and autonomy of the family are valued in all societies and is guaranteed in international human rights instruments. Preventing or responding to violence against children is challenging in the context of the ‘private’ family. However, children’s rights to life, survival and safety do not stop at the door of the family home, nor do States’ obligations to ensure these rights for children.

8 Protection Against Institutionalization

Protection Against Institutionalization

Family Preservation Family Reunification Kinship Care Foster Care Adoption Domestic International Group Homes Independent Living

9 Deinstitutionalization vs

Deinstitutionalization vs

Family Life

Global Trend Towards Deinstitutionalization Columbia, new child’s rights law, 2007 China, foster care replacing ICA Ukraine, foster care Africa, preventing institutions as an option United States, foster care & adoption India, street children

10 Fixing One Problem - Causing Another

Fixing One Problem - Causing Another

United States – deinstitutionalization Homelessness (street children) Foster Care system overwhelmed Increase in violence against children Increase in incarceration rates

11 Fixing One Problem - Causing Another

Fixing One Problem - Causing Another

Colombia child rights law & deinstitutionalization Up to 2 years to permit an adoption Lack of funding Decrease in services

12 Fixing One Problem - Causing Another

Fixing One Problem - Causing Another

Russia deinstitutionalization Increase in violence

13 The Goal of Public Policy

The Goal of Public Policy

Provide each child with: The right to survival, The right to develop to the fullest, The right to protection from harmful influences, abuse and exploitation, and the right to participate fully in family, cultural and social life.

Create a safe, permanent and loving family for each child

14 Safety, Permanency & Love

Safety, Permanency & Love

Adoption vs. Foster Care Safe but not permanent Motivation of Foster Family Domestic Adoption vs. International Adoption Fewer protections for domestic More protections for international

15 The Colombian Model

The Colombian Model

All Placements Parents assessed by licensed social worker Parents must visit prior to placement Pre-adoption education requirements Post Placement requirements Equal status requirements

16 The United States Model

The United States Model

Domestic Adoption Parents assessed by licensed social worker, physicians, police Emotional, physician, financial, criminal Parents must visit prior to placement Post Placement requirements Equal status requirements Insurance, education, rights, inheritance

International Adoption None

17 The Russian Model

The Russian Model

International Adoption Parents assessed by licensed social worker, physicians, police and Federal Government Emotional, physician, financial, criminal Parents must visit prior to placement Pre-adoption education requirements Post Placement requirements Equal status requirements Insurance, education, rights, inheritance

18 The Russian Model

The Russian Model

International Adoption 12 deaths in 52,511 adoptions .02 % 1 in every 4,357 adoptions

19 A Common Thread

A Common Thread

The Home Study Training of prospective adoptive parents Interview of prospective adoptive parents Home Visit Health Statements Income Statements Background Checks Autobiographical Statement References

20 Parent Training

Parent Training

Training of prospective adoptive parents Parenting a child with a history of physical and/or sexual abuse Parenting a traumatized child Parenting a child with Developmental Delays Parenting the older child Search & Reunion Issues of the adopted child Integration into the extended family Siblings Relatives Nontraditional Families

21 The Interview

The Interview

Interview Family Background Education Employment Relationships Daily Life Parenting Neighborhood Religion Readiness for Adoption

22 The Assessment

The Assessment

A report integrating all elements of the Home Study into a summary statement and the social worker's recommendation. If not approved, the report may include recommended interventions. Some prospective adoptive parents may receive a conditional approval. If approved for adoption, the report includes the age range and number of children for which the family is approved.

23 Role of Public Policy Summary Statement

Role of Public Policy Summary Statement

24 Equal Protections

Equal Protections

Regardless of the placement (birth, kinship, foster, adoption) A human rights approach Focus on creating a safe, permanent & loving family Trained & educated professionals Assessment of the child Assessment of the child’s best interest Assessment of the kinship, foster or adoptive family Education of kinship, foster or adoptive family Post Placement support and supervision

25 If you want to go fast, go alone If you want to go far, travel

If you want to go fast, go alone If you want to go far, travel

together African Proverb

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