Baby P and the case of the Greek “home care” project: two faces of the same coin

Baby P and the case of the Greek “home care” project: two faces of the same coin

by Vassilis Ioakimidis, November 2009 The 13th of November 2009 appears to be a day when an interesting coincidence occurred. As most of our colleagues are well aware, it was on that day, when Children’s Minister Ed Balls order an inquiry into the role of the social workers in relation to the case of Baby P. In fact it was on the same day when tabloids viciously invited readers to “fight for justice” and “stay alerted and up in arms”. “Justice” is a very unsuitable word to use while you are trying to mobilise mobs against social workers and justify your disgraceful which-hunt. Read More

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