Family Rights Group Publications and Reports

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Working With Risky Fathers
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Editor: Ashley C; Author: Roskill C, Fraser C, B.Featherstone, S.Haresnape, B.Lindley. 2017

Fathers Matter volume 3: Research findings on working with domestically abusive fathers and their involvement with children’s social care services.
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Young parents’ involvement In the child welfare system
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Editor: Ashley C; Author: Lynch C. 2017

The Young Parents Project builds upon the work and structures of the Alliance and began in June 2015. Its focus is young parents aged up to 30 years, whose children are, or have been, subject to intervention by children's services. The project has engaged parents whose children have been supported as children in need, deemed at risk or placed in care or adopted.
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Fathers Matter
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Ashley C, Featherstone B, Roskill C, Ryan M and White S. 2006

Research findings on fathers and their involvement with social care services.
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Fathers Matter Volume 2
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Roskill C, Featherstone B, Ashley C and Haresnape S. 2008

Research findings on fathers and their involvement with social care services.
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Cooperation or coercion? Children coming into the care system under voluntary arrangements
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Author: Lynch C. Contributor: Boddy J. 2007

Family Rights Group has launched (10.07.2017) the Your Family, Your Voice Alliance Knowledge Inquiry report on section 20 voluntary arrangement for children coming into the care system.
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Mutual Expectations - A Charter for parents and local authority children’s services
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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.
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