BBC Current Affairs is producing a programme on child protection. We are looking at what progress has been made since the death of Victoria Climbie in 2000, the subsequent inquiry by Lord Laming, and the government reforms which followed.
We want to hear from social workers involved in child protection. What’s it like working on the frontline of children’s services in the UK today? What has been the impact on child protection of the government reforms contained in Every Child Matters? Are children at risk from harm better protected now than they were when Victoria was murdered?
We would like to know what you think and what you feel would help you to improve the safety of the most vulnerable members of society. Your communications will be treated in confidence.
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