Further bibliographic references

  • KMOP/Defence for Children Italy (2013), IMPACT Transnational Analysis
  • Barnett K and Wedge J (2010), Child Protection Systems in Emergencies. A discussion paper, Child Protection Working Group
  • Cohen, B.J. (2002), Alternative organizing principles for the design of service delivery systems. Administration in Social Work, 26(2).
  • Ivery, J.M. (2007), Organizational Ecology: A theoretical framework for examining collaborative partnerships. Administration in Social Work, 31(4).
  • Landgren, K., (2005), ‘The Protective Environment: Development Support for Child Protection’, Human Rights Quarterly 27.
  • Landgren, K. (2004), Creating a Protective Environment for Children: A Framework for Action. New York, NY: UNICEF.
  • Munro, E. (2005), Improving Practice: Child protection as a systems approach. London: LSE Research Articles Online. Available at this link (accessed February 2014)
  • Stevens, I. and Cox, P. (2008), Complexity theory: Developing new understandings of child protection in field settings and in residential child care. British Journal of Social Work, 38, p. 1320.
  • Wulczyn, F. Daro, D. Fluke, J. Feldman, S. Glodek, C. and Lifanda, K. (2010), Adapting a Systems Approach to Child Protection: Key concepts and considerations, UNICEF

 

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