Born into Care: Infants in the family justice system
9th Oct 2018 11:00
Born into Care - The Friends Meeting House, Manchester
Cases of newborn babies subject to care proceedings raise particularly difficult challenges for all parties involved. The aim of this event, which was attended by over 120 practitioners, was to prompt conversations among all stakeholders about how the protection of newborn babies can be managed to minimise harm for all parties. The even highlights some examples of innovative practice from across the country. Thank you to all the presenters below.
Resources available for download
Slideshows for parallel session A
Slideshows for parallel session B
Slideshows for parallel session C
Slideshows for parallel session D
Download Human rights challenges experienced by perinatal women facing severe and multiple disadvantages poster
Download Mothers separated from their children in prison poster
Download Pregnancy and motherhood in prison poster
Key themes from stakeholder discussion groups
"Very good opportunity to hear a range of perspective and meet people"
"It's very exciting to see the potential of the research and the impact it could have on policy"
"Such a relief to see how many people really care about this stuff"