Appendices: Appendix F: Resources and references 226 National Guidance for Child Protection in Scotland 2021 Version 1.0 September 2021 Appendix F: Resources and references References: Introduction and Part 1 • Aldgate J, Scottish Government (2013) UNCRC: the foundation of Getting it right for every child https://www.gov.scot/publications/uncrc-the-foundation-of-getting-it-right-for-every-child/ • Baker H, Miller P, Starr M, Witcombe-Hayes S, and Gwilym C (2019). Let children know you’re listening: The importance of an adult’s interpersonal skills. NSPCC https://learning.nspcc.org.uk/media/1664/let-children-know-listening-briefing-english.pdf • Calder M, MacKinnon M and Sneddon, R (2012) National Risk Framework to Support the Assessment of Children and Young People. Edinburgh: Scottish Government. • Care Inspectorate (2019), Learning from Significant Case Reviews March 2015 to April 2018. https://hub.careinspectorate.com/media/3645/learning-from-significant-case-reviews-march- 2015-to-april-2018.pdf • Care Inspectorate (2019), Joint strategic inspection of services for children and young people 2012-2017. • CELCIS (2018) Child Protection and Permanence Maps. https://www.celcis.org/knowledge- bank/search-bank/child-protection-and-permanence-system-map • Helm D, Judgements or Assumptions? The Role of Analysis in Assessing Children and Young People’s Needs. British Journal of Social Work (2011) 41, 894–911. https://doi.org/10.1093/ bjsw/bcr096 • Childrens Hearings Improvement Partnership, Who Cares (Scotland), (2019) • Advocacy in the Children’s Hearings System: national practice model guidance document. CHIP Partnership/Who Cares Scotland (revised 2020, forthcoming). https://www.chip-partnership.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/National-Practice-Model_ Advocacy-in-the-CHS.pdf • Information Commissioner’s Office (2019), Guide to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-the-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr . • Information Commissioner’s Office (2018; 2020), Right of Access Guidance. • Scottish Government (2020, forthcoming), GIRFEC principles, values and core components. https://www.gov.scot/policies/girfec/ • CELCIS/Social Work Scotland/Children 1st (2018), Addressing Poverty and Child Welfare Intervention: What do we need to do differently in Scotland? https://www.celcis.org/application/ files/2816/2910/1321/Addressing_Poverty_and_Child_Welfare_Intervention_Paper_July_2018.pdf • Children and Young People’s Commissioner Scotland (2019). UNCRC Articles: https://cypcs.org.uk/rights/uncrc/full-uncrc/ • Independent Care Review: Reports (2020). https://www.carereview.scot/independent-care-review-reports/ • Marchant R, Opening Doors, ch. 6 in Horwath J, Platt D (2018) The Child’s World: Good Assessment Practice. Jessica Kingsley. • Mellon M, IRISS (2017) Child Protection: listening to and learning from parents. https://www.iriss.org.uk/resources/insights/child-protection-listening-and-learning-parents • Morrison F, IRISS (2016) Social Workers’ communication with children and young people in practice (Insight 34). https://www.iriss.org.uk/resources/insights/social-workers- communication- children-and-young-people-practice) .