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‘Mutual Expectations – a charter for parents and local authority services’ – @yrfamilyyrvoice

The Charter has been developed by parents and practitioners, as part of the work of Your Family, Your Voice Alliance: An Alliance of families and professionals working together to transform the system. Follow on Twitter: @yrfamilyyrvoice 

This Charter aims to promote effective, mutually respectful partnership working between practitioners and families when children are subject to statutory intervention. Such intervention can involve child welfare and family justice, mental health, education and youth justice systems.

This Charter is written for parents, local authorities and their partner agencies and those working for them.

Mutual Expectations – a charter for parents and local authority services: 

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Our mission is to help bring about improvements in practice and policy. Holding children at the centre of what we do through our work with and for them, we aim to lead and promote excellent care and services. The partnership consists of an elected Chair and elected Regional Leads who represent their regions at a national level (two from each of the nine regions within England).

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