The Westminster Debate for K.I.D.S (kids in divorce or separation) took place on November 9th, 2009 and was designed with little people in mind. It sought to look at child welfare in the context of divorce and separation as well as its significance within the family court process.
The event was co-hosted by Mishcon de Reya and Researching Reform and the panel members for the evening were Lord Justice Munby, Lord Listowel, Tim Loughton MP, Bob Reitemeier CEO of The Children’s Society and Sandra Davis. Researching Reform chaired the debate.
This website offers information on that debate and subsequent media or other coverage resulting from it, which you can access by dragging your cursor over the page tab above or clicking on the links below:
Coverage for The 2009 Westminster debate, Failing to Care can also be found here. This debate focused on children in care and what could be done to improve the system so that children would feel more supported and cared for.