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    Children

    Judge removes care order after successful radicalisation intervention

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    Children

    Wording on boy’s t-shirt prompts radicalisation referral to social workers

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    Children, Workforce

    Top tips on developing a social work approach to radicalisation

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    Children, Workforce

    Court backs care for children after mum tried taking them to Islamic State

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    Children

    Family networks can be a critical resource in social work response to ‘violent extremism’

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    Children

    Council ‘wholly failed’ to prove family took children to live in Islamic State territory, Munby says

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    Children

    Judge criticises ‘fundamentally flawed’ child-in-need assessment of girl at risk of radicalisation

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    Workforce, Children

    How migration and radicalisation are making British social work global

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    Adults, Children

    Survey finds widespread lack of confidence about social work role in radicalisation cases

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    Adults, Children, Workforce

    Inform launches radicalisation knowledge and practice hub

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    Children

    Is ‘thought abuse’ about to become the fifth category of child abuse?

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    Children

    Social work contribution to Syria case praised by family court chief

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    Adults, Children, Mental Health

    Last chance to take our radicalisation survey

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    Children

    Radicalisation cases ‘no different’ from other safeguarding work

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    Children

    Children’s services ‘struggling’ with radicalisation cases, says director

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    Children

    Child radicalisation referrals pass 300 as Prevent duty begins

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