New insight piece: What could a public health approach to family justice look like? - 8th Jan 2019

"But even in the health arena we are still learning what an effective approach to developing evidence-based public health interventions in complex systems (which surely include the family justice) needs to look like." 

An engaging new read from Teresa Williams, Directory of Strategy at Cafcass England, addresses the rise in private law cases and makes a compelling case for a public health approach to family justice. 

This piece is available here as an online piece as well as a downloadable PDF. 

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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