This paper investigates recent literature on child maltreatment in organisational settings.
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Child abuse prevention: what works? The effectiveness of home visiting programs for preventing child maltreatment
Produced by the former National Child Protection Clearinghouse
Describes Fabricated or Induced Illness by Carers (FIIC) and explore some implications for practitioners working to protect children from harm.
This paper outlines a theoretical framework to underpin the definitions of fatal child neglect and provides an ecological perspective on prevention.
This paper provides a review of legislation and services delivered to Indigenous communities in Canada, the United States and New Zealand.
Developed with SNAICC to provide an overview of the issues around the child abuse and neglect of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children.
Explores the Internet's role in child sexual exploitation, exposure to sexually explicit material and the use of the Internet by paedophiles.
Examines the role of the media in publicising child abuse and protection, and its contribution to public and political discourse about the topic.
Exploration of the relationship between child maltreatment (especially child sexual abuse) and the experience or witnessing of domestic violence.
Review of theoretical constructs relating to child abuse prevention, health promotion strategies and the development of healthy communities.