Government fails to act on child death review report

The government has failed to implement key recommendations made in the child death review report.

24th March, 2013

The government has failed to implement key recommendations made in the child death review report. The harrowing report, which was published last year, documented the deaths of 196 children under state care.

Key recommendations included the setting up of an independent child death review group. Independent reviews into the deaths of ten children were singled out as another top priority by the Independent Child Death Review Group (ICDRG), which was chaired by child law expert Dr...

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