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Help SOS What are the rights of a child where abuse is suspected or alleged?

I'm getting fed up now


Can anyone help with "Explain the rights that children, young people and their carers have in situations where harm or abuse is suspected or alleged."

and Explain how to support children and young people’s self-confidence and self-esteem

I've just hit a brick wall and got a total blank!

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This may help a little

In cases of alleged abuse or harm children and young people have the right to be protected from significant harm under the children’s act 1989, every child matters 2004 and the UNCRC

They have the right to be involved in decisions that are being made about them and should be kept fully informed of processes involving them, while also being allowed to express their own views and opinions.

A child or young person who is suspected of being abused then the primary concern will to ensure that the child is protected from further abuse and the child’s welfare will be the priority.

Wherever possible the child may be allowed to remain in their family home and protection will be achieved by working with the child’s parents or carers without the need to remove the child.

However, if they are suffering from physical or sexual abuse then they will be removed from their home to protect them from any further harm.

Parents or carers have a right to be informed what is being said and to contribute their own views and opinions, however if the child or young person is suffering significant harm then the parents or carers have no immediate rights
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