A leading academic in the field of social work and an advisor to the National Director of Children and Family Services and the Department of Children and Youth affairs, according to the Irish Times, she described the Irish child protection work as being “extremely gendered”, commenting that as a result, “fathers are often not engaged with.”
Dr. Helen Buckley, an associate professor in Trinity’s School of Social Work And Social Policy, has spoken against gender imbalance among child protection social workers. A leading academic in the field of social work and an advisor to the National …
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