For the benefit of children alone? A discourse analysis of policymaking relating to children's institutions in Indonesia, 1999-2009

Brian Keith Babington
It is estimated that between two and eight million children live in orphanages or other residential institutions in the developing world (the Global South) and in the former Eastern Bloc. In recent decades the UN and international non-government organisations have called upon governments in these countries to develop and implement policies to ‘deinstitutionalise’, or reduce substantially the number of children who live in institutions. Despite this heightened interest, research into how and why deinstitutionalisation policy...
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