Case Law

Residential placements and the right to manifest one’s religion: A and B (Minors: placement, faith) [2021] EWHC 455 (Admin)

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By Tim Spencer-Lane Introduction Social workers should be able to respond appropriately to the needs of all those receiving support, including those relating to religious beliefs. For many individuals, including children, their religion is a crucial aspect of what makes up their personal identity. Culturally competent social work practice means, amongst other matters, understanding the […]

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