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Rethinking child imprisonment: a report on young offender institutions

Author:
HODGKIN Rachel
Publisher:
Children's Rights Alliance for England
Publication year:
2002
Pagination:
146p.,bibliog.
Place of publication:
London

This report argues that the responsibility for children in custody should pass from the Chief Inspector of Prisons to some other government department such as health or education. It also argues that a comprehensive set of legally enforceable rights for all children in custody should be introduced on the basis of international human rights law.

Journal article

The development of national standards for children's advocacy

Author:
HODGKIN Rachel
Journal article citation:
Representing Children, 13(1), 2000, pp.8-14.
Publisher:
National Youth Advocacy Service

Children's advocacy services have been quietly mushrooming across the country over the last decade. Looks at the decision of the Department of Health to prepare national standards for children's advocacy services.

Journal article

Why children should be unbeatable

Author:
HODGKIN Rachel
Journal article citation:
Community Care, 25.3.99, 1999, p.20.
Publisher:
Reed Business Information

Explains why social workers should be at the forefront of the anti-smacking campaign.

Journal article

Why the 'gentle smack' should go

Author:
HODGKIN Rachel
Journal article citation:
Children and Society, 11(3), September 1997, pp.201-204.
Publisher:
Wiley

Puts forward the case for the UK to ban smacking, as supported by the UN Convention of the Rights of the Child.

Journal article

The Education Act and excluded children

Author:
HODGKIN Rachel
Journal article citation:
Children and Society, 11(2), June 1997, pp.135-137.
Publisher:
Wiley

Looks at the implications of the Education Act 1997 on the exclusion of children.

Journal article

A minister for children?

Author:
HODGKIN Rachel
Journal article citation:
Children UK, 12, Spring 1997, pp.4-6.
Publisher:
National Children's Bureau

The author, Principal Policy Officer at the National Children's Bureau, explains why the recent report into effective government structures for children calls for a minister dedicated to the interests of children and young people.

Journal article

Policy statement: the locking up of children

Author:
HODGKIN Rachel
Journal article citation:
Children and Society, 9(3), October 1995, pp.142-145.
Publisher:
Wiley

Summarises the results of a small survey conducted by the National Children's Bureau of children in secure units in England on 31 March 1995 and the views of professionals working in the units at that time. Focuses on the reasons children were housed in secure units.

Book

Safe to let out: the current and future use of secure accommodation for children and young people

Author:
HODGKIN Rachel
Publisher:
National Children's Bureau
Publication year:
1995
Pagination:
64p.
Place of publication:
London

Results of a 'snapshot' survey of all children held in secure units on 31 March 1994.

Journal article

Cultural relativism and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

Author:
HODGKIN Rachel
Journal article citation:
Children and Society, 8(4), 1994, pp.296-299.
Publisher:
Wiley

Considers the difficulties social or cultural practices can place on implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Journal article

Measures of control in adolescent psychiatric units

Author:
HODGKIN Rachel
Journal article citation:
Childright, 99, September 1993, pp.3-6.
Publisher:
Children's Legal Centre

Reports the findings of a Children's Legal Centre survey of the measures of control used in residential adolescent psychiatric units in England and Wales. Despite evidence of extremely good practice in some units, variable and worrying aspects of control in others make a case for statutory regulations in this area.

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