The Family Justice Young People’s Board (FJYPB) involves a group of around 40 children and young people who have been through the family justice system or who have an interest in children’s rights and the family courts.
The Board’s remit is to help ensure that the work of the Family Justice Board is child centred and child-inclusive.
The Family Justice Young People’s Board (FJYPB) are looking for children and young people over the age of seven who have had experience of parental separation, living in care and care leavers.
Do you know of a young person that has experience of the family courts?
Attached is an advert / call for members for the FJYB from Cafcass for sharing with young people and relevant professional networks.
You can download the advert here: Advert for FJYPB members 2015
The FJYPB’s National Charter
The Family Justice Young People’s Board’s (FJYPB) ‘National Charter’, formally known as the ‘National Standards’ have been finalised.
You can download the Charter at FYJB Charter.
The FJYPB have put together a glossary explaining some of the words and phrases which children and young people may hear about during a family court case and may have difficulty understanding. FYJB Glossary of terms.