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  Private Fostering - What Are The Implications? Wednesday 8 October 2003  
In the government's response to the Climbie Report, it has pledged to introduce national minimum standards for private fostering. Angharad Law meets Theresa Cox who was privately fostered as a young child to talk about her experiences.

Jenni talks to author of Cherish, Yinka Sunmonu, whose book about a Nigerian child brought up by a white British family is being endorsed by BAAF. They are joined by Terry Philpot whose report A Very Private Practice: An Investigation into Private Fostering, was published in 2001 and has inluenced the government's approach to private fostering.
Cherish by Yinka Sunmou, is published by Mango on 14 Ocotber

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