Can a straight line be drawn between a parent with extremist views and the significant harm suffered or likely to be suffered by a child?

2018-05-18T14:00:00+00:00 May 18th, 2018|Prevent in the News|

When a local authority seeks to issue care proceedings for a child within a family connected to alleged radicalisation or a family thought to be sympathetic to extremist views it is important for professionals to review and challenge, if necessary, the evidence presented by social services. It is also necessary to reflect on whether concerns about a parent’s views or actions necessarily lead to legitimate concern that their child has suffered, or is likely to suffer significant harm.

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