Westminster Debate: Supporting Families after the Riots and the Role of Family Law

Welcome to our next debate, which takes place on December 12th in the House of Commons and looks at the ways in which the family justice system can support families in meaningful ways after the riots and what the riots mean to both the system and parents and children in the UK.

You can click on the Riots link above in the directory or place your cursor over it to see a drop-down menu with all the information on this event, which is constantly being updated.

Orrrrrr, you can allow us to do the work for you and simply click on the links below!

It is an open event which means that anyone can come along; so, if you would like to attend, just post your email address below and we’ll send you an invite. We hope you’ll be able to join us – it should be a fun and thought-provoking evening.

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About Natasha

Barrister, researcher, writer and activist running a reformation project inside the family justice system, with a strong focus on child welfare. View all posts by Natasha

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