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Domestic abuse victims' voices to be heard

Domestic abuse victims' voices to be heard

Domestic abuse survivors have been asked by government for their experiences of how the family court protects them and their children in private family proceedings.
MoJ shines a light on child protection

MoJ shines a light on child protection

The Ministry of Justice has launched a three-month inquiry into child protection in family courts after more than 120 MPs called for a review on behalf of victims of domestic violence.
Looking after looked-after children

Looking after looked-after children

Heather Thomas considers how the fundamentally different disciplines of family law and criminal law can work together to help achieve better outcomes for vulnerable children
Religion and the welfare of the child, part 2

Religion and the welfare of the child, part 2

A recent case demonstrates the difficult position of the courts where the gulf between the parents' communities is 'too wide for the children to bridge', writes Hannah Greene
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