Politiques & législation

Cette section contient de l’information sur les politiques et la législation en protection de l’enfance au Canada. Au Canada, les services en protection de l’enfance sont financés et légiférés aux niveaux provincial et territorial, à l’exception de services aux peuples des Premières Nations vivant sur les réserves qui sont financés au niveau fédéral. Selon des ententes individuelles négociées entre les communautés des Premières Nations et les différents paliers gouvernementaux (fédéral, provincial et territorial), de plus en plus de Premières Nations desservent les enfants et familles conformément aux lois provinciales et territoriales en protection de l'enfance.

Titre Auteurs Année Type de publication
Defining ‘reasonable force’: Does it advance child protection?

Durrant, Joan E.
Fallon, Barbara
Lefebvre, Rachael
Allan, Kate

2017 Article de journaux
Provincial/Territorial Protocol On Children, Youth and Families Moving Between Provinces and Territories

Government of British Columbia
Government of Alberta
Government of Manitoba
Government of Saskatchewan
Government of New Brunswick
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador
Government of Nova Scotia
Government of Prince Edward Island
Government of Northwest Territories
Government of Nunavut
Government of Yukon
Government of Ontario

2016 Rapport
Response to the Advocate for Children and Youth Two Tragedies Report: February 2015 Status Update

Saskatchewan Ministry of Social Services

2015 Rapport
Saskatchewan Child Abuse Protocol 2014

Government of Saskatchewan

2014 Rapport
Response to the Advocate for Children and Youth Two Tragedies Report: August 2014 Status Update

Saskatchewan Ministry of Social Services

2014 Rapport
Where Do We Go from Here? Youth Aging Out of Care Special Report

Office of the Child and Youth Advocate (Alberta)

2013 Rapport
Our Kids Are Worth It: Our Fifth Year-- Strategy for Children and Youth

Nova Scotia Department of Community Services

2013 Rapport
When Talk Trumped Service: A Decade of Lost Opportunity for Aboriginal Children and Youth in B.C.

British Columbia Representative for Children and Youth

2013 Rapport
Sixteen

Advocate for Children and Youth

2013 Rapport
Caseworker attitudes on kinship care in Ontario

Brisebois, Kimberly

2013 Article de journaux