Barriärer och möjliggörare för implementering av riktlinjer som säkerställer ett barnrättcentrerat arbetssätt
Sammanfattning: Background: The Swedish committment to the Convention on Child Rights forces Swedish organisations operating with children to follow the Convention’s policies and guidelines. However, whether employees within these organisations are provided sufficient conditions to comply with the policies and guidelines remain a challenge. Therefore there is a need to understand what organisational conditions that are required for a successful implementation of the Convention’s guidelines. Aim: The aim of this study was to investigate NCCPs conditions for successful implemention of ACTs guideline Child safeguarding. Method: A deductive approach where a hypothesis was derived from the acquired theoretical knowledge was used in this study. The hypothesis stated that NCCP would not possess sufficient conditions for a successful implementation of the guideline Child Safeguarding. In an attempt to test the hypothesis, interviews with key informants and reviewing previous literature was selected as methods to meet the aim of the study. Results: The study identified several factors that affected the conditions for implementing the child safeguarding guideline. Three factors were identified to have significant influence on the conditions: lack of knowledge, unwillingness to report violations, and a CHS certification. Conclusion: Through in-depth interviews and a rigorous literature review, the hypothesis in this study was rejected. Nevertheless, the implementation of Child safeguarding faces challenges and future research should be directed towards understanding employee motivations to comply instead of organisational.
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