The only thing is, it can take parents/natural parents/grandparents/natural parents ‘years’ to get the evidence needed. Procedure needs to be made more easily accessible for the parents etc (and children) too who are going through it all now because not everyone owns/knows how to operate a computer. Many won’t be able to afford one. Should they be penalised for this and miss out on learning their (equal) rights? to help protect their family’s?
The British Association Of Social Workers (BASW) has launched an Enquiry looking into the UK’s current adoption practices.
The Enquiry itself was launched in May 2016, and is still ongoing. The review includes a questionnaire (which can be accessed through the link in the first paragraph), one day events across the UK for stakeholders, focus groups and interviews with interested parties and written submissions.
The Enquiry will consider the non consensual nature of adoption, or forced adoption as it is sometimes called, social workers’ involvement in the practice of removing children from parents without their consent and the ethical and human rights issues underpinning this practice.
The Enquiry page outlines the BASW Code of Ethics for Social Work:
‘Ethical awareness is fundamental to the professional practice of social workers. Their ability and commitment to act ethically is an essential aspect of the quality of the service offered to those who engage…
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