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Centre for Evidence Based Mental Health

This resource is the website for the Centre for Evidence Based Mental Health (CEBMH). It aims to promote and support the teaching and practice of evidence based mental healthcare.

Child maintenance redesign

Section of the DWP's website containing details of Sir David Henshaw's report on redesigning child maintenance, the Child Maintenance and Other Payments Bill 2007 and the Government's 2006 White Paper, "A new system of child maintenance".

Scottish Child Care and Protection Network

Network that fosters connections, collaboration and the co-ordination of activities that promote the use of research evidence in child care and protection practice in Scotland.

Child Poverty Action Group

Website of the Child Poverty Action Group, the campaigning charity dedicated to the eradication of child poverty in the UK.

Children in Scotland

Children in Scotland is the national agency for voluntary, statutory and professional organisations and individuals working with children and their families in Scotland. Children in Scotland is a unique forum for sharing and exchanging skills and expertise, combining knowledge and experience to make Scotland a better place for all children and young people.

End Child Poverty

Website of End Child Poverty, the campaigning group whose objective is to eliminate child poverty through public education, forming partnerships between the public, private and voluntary sectors to achieve this end and pressing government for more action.

Practice-based Professional Learning Centre

The Practice-based Professional Learning Centre (PBPL) is one of the four Centres for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at the Open University. This website provides information about the Centre and its activities, details of how to get involved and links to resources relating to practice-based professional learning.

European Court of Human Rights

This is the official website of the ECHR. Includes full text of recent judgments and complete list of judgments from 1959.

Religion and ethics: Sikhism

This area of the BBC's website focuses on issues of religion and ethics. This resource provides an introduction to Sikhism, including its historical background, customs, beliefs, worship, features and subdivisions.

FAST (Foundation for Assistive Technology ) web site

FAST is a small, independent organisation and registered charity which works collaboratively with other members of the Assistive Technology community, across statutory, voluntary and private sectors to bring innovative products to market and to improve services for disabled and older people. Their website includes a database of Assistive Technology research and development, a list of events and workshops, and a guide to training and courses in Assistive Technology.