Violence against women: collaborative work to promote the rights of children affected by violence against woman: an evaluative study

Crawford, Karin (2014) Violence against women: collaborative work to promote the rights of children affected by violence against woman: an evaluative study. In: Human rights and social equality: challenges for social work. Social work - social development , One . Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Aldershot, pp. 119-124. ISBN 9781472412355

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Abstract

This chapter draws on one aspect of an evaluative research project to consider the challenges and opportunities evident in multi-agency approaches to promoting the rights of children affected by violence against women. In particular the chapter explores one aspect of the research which focused on how agencies can work collaboratively, in a complex social environment, to facilitate effective information sharing, co-facilitation of service delivery and development of a shared understanding and standardized approach to domestic violence and negative family conflict. This is achieved through consideration of four emergent themes; the complexity of multi-agency work; the management of cross referral processes; the appropriate use of a range of services; and awareness raising in the multi-agency context.

Additional Information:Volume 1 of a series of 3
Keywords:Domestic violence, multi agency working, Children's rights
Subjects:L Social studies > L500 Social Work
L Social studies > L590 Social Work not elsewhere classified
L Social studies > L520 Child Care
Divisions:College of Social Science > School of Health & Social Care
ID Code:11592
Deposited On:09 Aug 2013 11:48

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