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Dear Colleagues, This is the final opportunity for managers of IROs and looked after children/fostering services to contribute to important ADCS supported research currently being undertaken by the University of East Anglia. This study is the first and only piece of research evaluating the impact of the DfE 2015 Regulations and Guidance on Long term … Continue reading Final call: UEA evaluation of the DfE 2015 Regulations and Guidance for long-term foster care #IROs #Research
You Love Who You Love by Beverley Campbell. NIROMP are proud supporters of the work of the Family Rights Group. Beverley has worked as an advocate, advisor and trainer for the Family Rights Group for the past decade. In addition to this she is the current family participation officer who supports both the parents’ and … Continue reading In celebration of the dedication and commitment of kinship carers #Kinship Care …
The Family Division of the Courts and Tribunals Judiciary is examining proposals to reform children cases in the Family Law Court. The reform has been prompted by the rise in the number of public and private children cases in the Family Law Court, which has made meeting the statutory deadline for children cases difficult to … Continue reading Consultation on Children Cases in the Family Court – Interim Proposals for Reform
Ian Dickson, chair of the #CareExpConf group officially presented the reports at Liverpool Hope University to the Professor in Social Work Michael Lavalette. The reports are available to download at source via the Care Experienced Conference website: https://www.careexperiencedconference.com/reports What matters now is that this report is heard and listened to properly by those in positions … Continue reading Landmark collection of reports published today: “The genie is now out of the bottle” says Ian Dickson