Event – what does research tell us about contact between children in care or adopted and their families?

Source: Nuffield Family Justice Observatory

Decisions about contact are crucially important for children and families. But what can research tell us about the implications of different contact arrangements?

A new evidence review published earlier this year by Nuffield Family Justice Observatory examined findings from 49 international studies to bring together what is known about the implications of contact for the wellbeing of children and young people who have been separated from their birth parents. During lockdown two further rapid studies were carried out into how contact has been managed during lockdown and the effects of digital contact on wellbeing.  

Hear from the authors of these important new studies and find out what key findings could help inform decision making. 

Virtual Event: 14th Dec 2020 16:00 – 17:00

Register for this virtual discussion and Q&A.

More information: HERE

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