Unit 3 - Supporting Children.
The five pieces of legislation I have chosen are:-
* The United Nations on the Rights of the Child
* Human Rights Act 1998
* Children Act 1989
* Data Protection Act 1998
* Framework for Assessment of Children in Need and their Families 2000 E2..
The United Nations on the rights of the child will influence working practices in the setting by ensuring that all children have a safe, happy childhood despite of their sex, religion, social origin, and where and who they were born.. The Human Right act 1998 will influence working practices in the setting because it has an impact on rights in everyday life such as what you do, your beliefs but it also includes the matters of life and death. There are also most rights which ensure that you don’t damage other people's rights too. The Children act 1989 will influence working practices in the setting because it includes the welfare of the child, the parental responsibility which are duties, rights, powers and the responsibilities of parents in respect to their child and the welfare of a 'child in need'. The Data Protection act 1998 will influence working practices in the setting because it maintains confidential policy which will not harm the child unless it is a 'need to know' basis which can harm the child in any way The Framework for assessment of children in need and their families 2000 will influence working practices in the setting because they analyze, understand and record about what is happening to children and young people in their families and information about the community they live in. E3..
The United Nations on the Rights of the Child - The policies and procedures of this act will help to safeguard the children by treating them differently to treat them equally which makes them feel like they are in an safe environment in they are comfortable and happy in. The Human Right Act 1998 - The policies and procedures of this act will help...
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