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Towards A National Family Justice Observatory

photo-credit_-truthout-org-via-foter-com-_-cc-by-nc-saCall for Evidence

The closing date for this call is Monday 31st October 2016.

Policy/practice leads in family justice – call for evidence to inform proposed family justice observatory.

This is a national call for evidence that aims to better understand how organisations use research evidence in policy and practice and views on priorities for any new family justice observatory (England and Wales).

Submissions invited from policy, practice and research leads on behalf of their organisations representing one or more of the following stakeholder groups within the family justice system:

  • Practitioners (e.g. judges, lawyers, barristers, experts, social workers).
  • System-wide users (e.g. national and local policy makers).
  • Researchers and analysts (e.g. academic, government, independent).
  • Parties to cases (e.g. young people, parents, extended family members, other carers).

More information:

Scoping study

Further details of the call for evidence and the process for responding

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