LIFE COACHING PROGRAMME

Great news - the Family Rights Group in collaboration with Become are offering Life Coaching for care experienced parents and parents to be. An offer of independent advice and support. Please help spread the word. https://twitter.com/FamilyRightsGp/status/1288473933830922240?s=20 More information and how to get in touch: Life Coaching Programme

Great new training from Jenny Malloy, Times Bestseller author of Hackney Child

Jenny Molloy, Times Bestseller author of Hackney Child is providing two training events. More details below including links to book your place via Eventbrite. Hurry as places likely to go fast! Testimonial Jenny spent most of her childhood in care. She regularly gives talks and is called on by government bodies to advise on the … Continue reading Great new training from Jenny Malloy, Times Bestseller author of Hackney Child

Huge spike in number of children needing foster care during pandemic, Barnardo’s warns

A surge in demand for foster care places combined with a drop in potential carers as a result of the coronavirus pandemic is creating a “state of emergency” in the care system, Barnardo’s has warned. The coronavirus pandemic has hit vulnerable families the hardest, with many reaching crisis point. This has created a state of emergency, … Continue reading Huge spike in number of children needing foster care during pandemic, Barnardo’s warns

NIROMP: Nominations for National IRO Advisory Group

Call for an IRO Advisory Group - get your nominations in! We are looking to set up a national IRO Advisory Group, to provide an important link between IROs and NIROMP (the National IRO Managers Partnership), in order to strengthen the IRO identity and ensure that the voices of IROs inform the development of policy … Continue reading NIROMP: Nominations for National IRO Advisory Group

Public Law Working Group Recommendations to achieve best practice in the child protection and family justice systems:Special guardianship orders | June 2020

Message from the President of the Family Division Since its addition to the canon of orders that are available to the Family Court in 2005, the role of a Special Guardianship Order has changed and developed. It is plain that SGO’s have a useful role to play, and are the right order to make in … Continue reading Public Law Working Group Recommendations to achieve best practice in the child protection and family justice systems:Special guardianship orders | June 2020

Delivering family group conferences during the Coronavirus crisis #ThankYou @FamilyRightsGp

https://twitter.com/FamilyRightsGp/status/1263394355315978240?s=20 Delivering family group conferences during the Coronavirus crisis This guide is written to help local authorities, during the crisis, to work in partnership with families in their localities to make workable plans for vulnerable children and adults who are struggling or are at risk. It describes how remote technology can be used to continue to enable family … Continue reading Delivering family group conferences during the Coronavirus crisis #ThankYou @FamilyRightsGp

COVID-19: Guidance for Independent Reviewing Officers and IRO Managers

NIROMP have produced the following guidance for Independent Reviewing Officers and IRO Managers. It will be kept under regular review by NIROMP to ensure that it reflects the evolving picture and that IROs and IRO Managers have the practice guidance required to support them in their work. COVID-19: Guidance for Independent Reviewing Officers and IRO … Continue reading COVID-19: Guidance for Independent Reviewing Officers and IRO Managers

Two-week rapid consultation on remote hearings in the Family Court launched

First published: 14 April 2020 |Family Court|News President of the Family Division, Sir Andrew McFarlane The President of the Family Division, Sir Andrew McFarlane is pleased to announce the commencement of a two-week rapid consultation on the use of remote hearings in the family justice system, starting today (Tuesday 14 April 2020). This research project … Continue reading Two-week rapid consultation on remote hearings in the Family Court launched