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‘The single factor most closely associated with positive outcomes for children is meaningful, lifelong connections to family.’

Family Rights Group is working collaboratively with local authorities, family group conference services, Become (Formerly the Who Cares? Trust), Who Cares? Scotland, The Fostering Network, Children 1st, Scottish Child Law Centre and other key stakeholders (including young people in care) to develop and implement LifeLong Links. Our aim is to build positive lifelong support networks for children in the care system.

Funding from the Department for Education Innovation Programme will enable Lifelong Links to be trialled in England from April 2017 for three years. The initial seven English local authorities to trial Lifelong Links will be Devon, Hertfordshire, Kent and North Yorkshire County Councils, the London Boroughs of Camden and Southwark and Coventry City Council.  We are also raising funds with the intention that Lifelong Links will simultaneously be trialled in both Glasgow and Edinburgh in Scotland.

The Lifelong Links trial will be aimed at under 16 year olds who have been in care for less than 3 years and for whom there is no plan for them to live within their family or be adopted. The trial will be independently evaluated to determine whether Lifelong Links is effective in improving outcomes for children in care.


A Memorial Fund has been set up in Bridget's honour following her death

10% of monies raised by the Fund will be donated to Amnesty International UK and 90% will be donated to Family Rights Group's legal work to promote human rights.

Read Obituary of Bridget:

The Times
Family Law