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Re K (A Child) (Secure Accommodation Order: Right to Liberty) and Re C (Secure Accommodation Order: Representation) Securing human rights for children and young people in secure accommodation [2002] CFLQ 77
Date:28 SEP 2011
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An analysis of decisions from the Court of Appeal on secure accommodation and human rights, focusing on the nature of secure accommodation, the source of the power to detain, the court's role and children's participation in proceedings. The European Court of Human Rights does not ensure civil detention meets children's educational or therapeutic needs.

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