The death of a relative is a major stressor that affects the family balance and its structure in terms of its functional dynamics and, indeed, it may trigger very different consequences on each of the members of the extended family, as well as impacting their normal development.
Children with a parent in prison are at significantly greater risk of suffering numerous adverse effects if support is lacking. The Secretariat for Criminal Measures, Rehabilitation and Victim Support (SMPRAV) seeks to minimise relapse and protect victims. The risk management model focuses on identifying, assessing and minimising the criminal risk factors that have led an individual to commit a crime.
There is a widespread consensus in early care about the importance of the family and the environment in childhood development and regarding the fact that promoting optimal environmental or contextual conditions improves the quality of life, and indeed the overall development of children.
At present, the most hegemonic notion of innovation is characterised by technological change, coupled with the emergence of new products. This reductionist view was already by refuted by Schumpeter’s theory of economic development from 1912 in which his idea of creative destruction gives rise to an innovation of processes and organisations.
Act 14/2010, on rights and opportunities during childhood and adolescence (LDOIA), is reaching the tenth anniversary without regulations being implemented or budgetary allocations being assigned in order to lend viability to the measures, especially for children at risk. Only four decrees have been approved that partially implement certain services, but not the regulation that would have allowed these measures to be defined and executed.
This article seeks to research into the reality for teenage people in conflict with the law, as well as the efforts implemented from an open environment by the various professional teams working with said group at town councils or local associations in the province of Valencia.
The fight against violent extremism in Catalan society has led to the introduction of social surveillance policies within the educational field; the Protocol for the Detection of Islamic Radicalism (PRODERAI) is one example of this. This protocol applied to pupils (who are mostly underage), which is secret, based on police instructions conveyed verbally, and of doubtful effectiveness, illustrates legal significance in the educational field.
Once the Catalan Board for Childhood and, subsequently, the six regional boards were set up, we had no knowledge of the number of and situation surrounding regional boards, or indeed the number of and situation surrounding childhood and adolescence networks.
This article offers a theoretical examination of the position held by mothers who are joint victims when it comes to the sexual abuse of their children. It seeks to dismantle deep-rooted ideas such as maternal instinct and the social reactions expected from the female gender. Subsequently, the article describes the specific characteristics of mothers involved in the credibility and support of their children, as well as the hurdles entailed by placing themselves on the victims’ shoes. Moreover, the article offers
In education, social work has been characterized by an incomprehensible absence of a professional figure or, in some cases, by the scant involvement of such a figure. It is unquestionable to debate that the presence of social work in educational systems would not bring countless benefits to the various players involved in the educational community (students, family members, teachers, administrative and service staff, institution, community, and/or engaged public administrations).