Research in Social Work (2020)

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This book explores how children's rights are weighed against parents' rights in a range of countries, and examines how governments and legal and welfare professionals balance those rights following the decision that children cannot grow up in their parents' care, providing best practice evidence to help improve outcomes for all adopted children.
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