African Parents Must Know: Child Protection and Welfare Issues in the United Kingdom

African Parents Must Know: Child Protection and Welfare Issues in the United Kingdom

by Kemi Williams
     
 

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African Parents Must Know

What must African parents in the United Kingdom know? The author has simplified what could be a complex area for those to whom it is particularly relevant. She discusses the law, culture, values and mores in the United Kingdom as they affect areas of the child's welfare for this group of people.

The book is packed with vivid, thought

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African Parents Must Know

What must African parents in the United Kingdom know? The author has simplified what could be a complex area for those to whom it is particularly relevant. She discusses the law, culture, values and mores in the United Kingdom as they affect areas of the child's welfare for this group of people.

The book is packed with vivid, thought provoking case examples and scenarios that shed light on issues faced by many African families in the United Kingdom today with some advice on parenting and the way forward in dealing with particular challenges.

This is not just another self-help book; it is a timely, essential, one stop manual for today's African parent in the United Kingdom and will remain relevant to numerous immigrants coming to the United Kingdom in the future. It is also a must read for all those who want a clearer insight into what affects this group of people.

Chapter titles include:

• Parental Pressures
• Child Abuse
• Your Child's Education
• What Children Need
• Parenting Strategies
• The Trafficked Child
• Private Fostering and much more...

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781477242216
Publisher:
AuthorHouse
Publication date:
04/04/2013
Pages:
250
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.53(d)

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