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Rotherham abuse report: Child B: groomed, raped and trafficked

No evidence that, despite child-protection referral, any action was taken to help grooming victim who was repeatedly raped

'Young men are turning to suicide for want of some options of therapy'

'Young men are turning to suicide for want of some options of therapy'

How Cafcass represents children in international abduction cases

Migration Watch claims are an unjustified attack on overseas students : claims that UK universities are not attracting 'the brightest and best' are misleading, both about the diversity of provision and the motivations of students / James Pitman

Charity fights for the rights of street children in Brazil

Claudia Cabral , founder of Terra dos Homens, on the social workers and psychologists trying to help the youngsters in appalling conditions

Involving parents in the fight against grooming and sexual exploitation

A course in Leeds helps people who work with exploited children understand the role parents can play in tackling the crime, reports Louise Tickle

Making care homes and services dementia friendly

Making care homes and services dementia friendly

How do you succeed in social care?

Making a Difference in Adult Social Care by Richard Pantlin is a guide to a career in the sector

Why might someone behave in a challenging way?

Why might someone behave in a challenging way?

Bureaucracy and bad management are changing social work

Bureaucracy and bad management are changing social work

Supporting deafblind children in Romania

Cristiana Salomie, director of Sense International Romania, on how her typical day at work unfolds

'We have a very stressful job anyway': welfare reform hits voluntary services

A new report shows social care staff in Scotland are facing a bigger workload and higher levels of anxiety, writes Gregory White

Child protection is still at risk of being privatised. The sector must stop it

Professor of social work Ray Jones writes for the Guardian social care network on the dangers of introducing market forces to child protection work.

Care workers must be properly paid and professionally recognised

The Demos Commission on Residential Care recommends that residential care should become a living wage sector, writes Paul Burstow