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ID number:108008
Published: 26.11.2014.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: n/a
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Best Interest Principle
BIP generally applies to agencies dealing with childcare, rather than parents. BIP implies all children should be treated equally according to their best interests; however, obviously this is not something we demand of parents.
BIP is extremely demanding on agencies if understood without limitation- we demand neither of parents nor agencies more than a threshold of care.
Second issue with BIP is that it doesn’t take into account the rights of others, say you can improve the life of child A by worsening the life of child B, to deal with this, BIP should be promoted by an impartial party.…

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