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Parents or the family law system to blame?

Parents or the family law system to blame? | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Sarah Phillimore Barrister at St Johns Chambers States Parents Are To Blame And No Real Problem With The Family Courts. Is She Right Or Very Wrong.
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Family Law Week: Multidisciplinary teams - a response to publicity about the quality of expert psychologists’ reports for family courts

In the wake of Prof Ireland's disciplinary hearing what DID happen to multi discipline assmt teams in family cases? https://t.co/rYEI9mikdz
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Family Lore Case Digest: Kent CC v D & Ors (4) (Re W) [2015] EWFC 95 (22 July 2015)

Family Lore Case Digest: Kent CC v D & Ors (4) (Re W) [2015] EWFC 95 (22 July 2015) | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Kent CC v D & Ors (4) (Re W) [2015] EWFC 95 (22 July 2015): Care proceedings concern 6 children fr... https://t.co/m95Ski5xsC #familylaw
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Flawed assessment of family members

Flawed assessment of family members | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Most of the case of Birmingham City Council v LC 2016 is fact specific, but there are two matters of broader interest http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/Fam/2016/1278.html The first is that the mother in the case had made threats to kill the...
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Who'd be a foster parent?

Who'd be a foster parent? | Children In Law | Scoop.it
With more children in care and fewer parents willing to take them in, our
fostering system is in crisis. Can it really be such a thankless task?
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Statistics

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We don't know exactly how many children in England have experienced child abuse. But official statistics do tell us how many children have been identified as needing support or protection.
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Prisoners of a Parent’s Mind: On the Futility of Therapy in Alienation Cases

Prisoners of a Parent’s Mind: On the Futility of Therapy in Alienation Cases | Children In Law | Scoop.it
'Thank you for sharing this, Karen. From the perspective of an adult alienated child, I will say your words are completely accurate. No amount of therapy for me or my alienated mother would have changed my father’s behavior or the circumstances. And my father would have had to cooperate and participate in years of intense…
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London Recognises Parental Alienation: Update from the debate

London Recognises Parental Alienation: Update from the debate | Children In Law | Scoop.it
The first of its kind? London legal people gather to listen to the Parental Alienation debate at Withersworldwide. Last night was a bit of a turning point in the politics of parental alienation, or so it seemed to me. From where I was sitting on the panel, alongside Dr Mark Berelowitz and Stephen Jarmain, Deborah…
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Wood review of local safeguarding children boards - Publications - GOV.UK

Wood review of local safeguarding children boards - Publications - GOV.UK | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Alan Wood’s review into the role that local safeguarding children boards (LSCBs) play in protecting and safeguarding children.
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Serious case reviews to be scrapped

Serious case reviews to be scrapped | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Read Serious case reviews to be scrapped and the latest children services news & best practice on Children & Young People Now
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Adoptees and adoptive parents needed for PhD study - First4Adoption

Adoptee & adopter @Lewisc_ehu wants to talk to people with similar experiences for her PhD. Info here https://t.co/thKBiqPrzd #adoption
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Well, that was a bit of a marathon…

Well, that was a bit of a marathon… | Children In Law | Scoop.it
So. It’s been a bit of a week on many levels, but if I manage nothing else it will be to let you guys know that I need you to chuck a bit of cash my way – that is to say, would you mind…
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Family Lore Case Digest: Kent CC v D & Ors (1) (Re W) [2015] EWHFC 59 (11 November 2014)

Family Lore Case Digest: Kent CC v D & Ors (1) (Re W) [2015] EWHFC 59 (11 November 2014) | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Kent CC v D & Ors (1) (Re W) [2015] EWHFC 59 (11 November 2014): Care proceedings concerning 6 chi... https://t.co/JKtnafeAHV #familylaw
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How to Create a Lifebook for an Adopted Child | eHow

How to Create a Lifebook for an Adopted Child | eHow | Children In Law | Scoop.it
How to Create a Lifebook for an Adopted Child. When a child is born into a family, stories of their early days, weeks and years are plentiful, starting with the story of their mother's pregnancy and their birth.
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Children In Care At Highest Number In 30 Years

Children In Care At Highest Number In 30 Years | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Charity Barnardo's calls for more foster families as it reveals there are almost 70,000 children in care.
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Mental health support 'denied to children' - BBC News

Mental health support 'denied to children' - BBC News | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Mental health services turned away more than a quarter of children referred for support without help in England in 2015, a report says.
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The Alienation Experience (2) Prisoners of Parental Behaviours

The Alienation Experience (2) Prisoners of Parental Behaviours | Children In Law | Scoop.it
A second blog in a weekend, the first will be reposted later in the week after some adjustments.  This one is about parental behaviours and the way in which children become trapped by those.  Here is a list of behaviours used which may not be readily seen from the outside but on closer assessment will…
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Archive | News |

Archive | News | | Children In Law | Scoop.it
One in every five children in England are referred to children’s services before the age of five despite the introduction of the government’s policy of providing Early Help according to research published today in the British Journal of Social Work.
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'Dangerous' police recording system putting children at risk, MPs say

'Dangerous' police recording system putting children at risk, MPs say | Children In Law | Scoop.it
A new ‘absent’ category should be scrapped says Ann Coffey, Labour chair of all-party group of MPs
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Creating and developing the Caring Dads programme

Creating and developing the Caring Dads programme | Children In Law | Scoop.it
Dr. Katreena Scott discusses Canada’s Caring Dads programme, from its inception to accreditation plans  
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