Margie works with young foster children in metropolitan Sydney. The service supports the needs of children from diverse backgrounds. Some children do not know or understand much about their culture or customs. Cultures represented include Islamic, Chinese, Korean, Sudanese, Syrian, Maori, Torres Strait Islander, and different Aboriginal cultures. Margie’s job as diversity officer is to promote diversity in the workplace, and ensure that staff are adequately trained to meet the diverse linguistic, cultural and social needs of the children. One of Margie’s colleagues, Lin, asks to speak to Margie about his concern regarding one of the children. Zayaan is a practising Muslim and has been placed with a white Australian family. Lin says that Zayaan has lost weight and appears undernourished. Lin is concerned that Zayaan is being neglected. When Zayaan is brought in for an interview with the family, she sits quietly and does not speak. Afterwards, Margie asks to speak with Zayaan on her own and, after quite a long interview, learns that Zayaan has been told that she cannot eat unless she eats the pork provided; she needs to swim at the beach with the other children; and she cannot practise Islam at home. question
1. Explain what Zayaan’s rights are, and what Margie and Lin’s responsibilities are to ensure Zayaan’s rights are protected?????
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