This website is dedicated to the promotion and development of interprofessional education (IPE). It provides information and advice through its website, bulletins, papers and outlets provided by others, and has a close association with the Journal of Interprofessional Care.
Website of Parents Together, a charity for helping parents and family members become better educated about drugs, communicate effectively with children about drugs and draw up plans for use at home to help children make informed choices.
Website that showcases what young people have been doing to tackle human trafficking. It focuses on the Start Freedom campaign.
The Centre for Excellence and Outcomes in Children and Young People’s Services (C4EO) is funded by the Department for Children, Schools and Families. Its purpose is to identify and coordinate local, regional and national evidence of ‘what works’, to create a single and comprehensive picture of effective practice in delivering children’s services. More details http://www.c4eo.org.uk/.
YouTube channel of the EHRC on which can be found numerous videos on a range of topics connected to the themes of equality, fairness and human rights.
Website of the Child Maintenance and Enforcement Commission, the new public body responsible for the child maintenance system in the UK.
Website of Social Work Scotland containing information and news relating to 'Changing Lives, the change programme for social work services in Scotland based on the 21st century review of social work.
The website closed in 2009 and most of the content was archived on http://www.knowledge.scot.nhs.uk/changinglives.
Ouch is a BBC website that reflects the lives and experiences of disabled people.
This website provides information, resources and learning opportunities on Personality Disorder (PD) as well as supporting the development of the National PD Programme. This programme covers the development of policy, services, workforce (training and education) and research initiatives to better meet the needs of people with Personality disorder (s) in England.
This website has been developed by the Social History of Learning Disability research group, based at the Open University. The site includes information on the research group's aims, members and publications as well as video testimonies and life stories.