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Children's commissioners: representing children's interests and views

Kathleen Marshall, Kathleen Marshall, Jane Williams Orcid Logo

Children's Services: Working Together, Pages: 36 - 49

Swansea University Author: Jane Williams Orcid Logo

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The chapter is co-written with Professor Kathleen Marshall, formerly the first Scottish Commissioner for Chidlren and Young People. It is a contribution to an edited collection intended for students and professionals working in relation to children's services. The chapter describes the role and...

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Published in: Children's Services: Working Together
ISBN: 9781408237250
Published: Harlow Pearson 2012
URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa12885
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