Data analysts and CAFCASS colleagues meet in London for public and private law data discussion - 13th Nov 2018

Data analysts and Cafcass colleagues met in London  to consider the potential of public and private law data produced routinely by the agency. 

Administrative data is insufficiently explored for private law analysis in particular, which is surprising given the increasing number of cases coming before the family courts. Helping to improve access to, and demonstrating the practical value of administrative data for research and analysis, will be a key objective within the new Observatory.

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We are pleased to see Sir Andrew McFarlane covering the 'Born into Care' report in his speech at the recent ALC conference: https://t.co/9YGg63Gsq0 @NuffieldFound @researchIP @KarenB_LU @ReesCentre 3 days ago
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The Nuffield FJO, CoramBAAF and the Family Justice Council are to work together to address pressing questions about Special Guardianship https://t.co/Us6GYFbq49 @CoramBAAF @NuffieldFound @Tweets_ALC @ChildFamJustice 2 weeks ago
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Insightful suggestions from Sir Andrew McFarlane at today's ALC Conference. Pleasing to see Born into Care report is stimulating debate about solutions. @ReesCentre @NuffieldFJO @researchIP @FamilyRightsGp @ChildFamJustice https://t.co/rqUzf9TTk3 3 weeks ago

The Nuffield Family Justice Observatory is being developed by the Nuffield Foundation working in partnership with a development team led by Professor Karen Broadhurst from The Centre for Child and Family Justice Research at Lancaster University