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Inequalities

What do we know about inequalities in the family justice system?

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Inequalities | 2022

What do we know about ethnic diversity in the family justice system in Wales?

The objectives of this study by the Family Justice Data Partnership – a collaboration between Lancaster University and Swansea University – were to: produce an overview of the ethnic diversity of children and adults in public and private law cases in Wales consider, against the national picture, whether particular…

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Inequalities | 2022

What do we know about ethnicity in the family justice system in England?

Over the last five years, the Children and Family Court Advisory Service for England (Cafcass) has made a considerable effort to improve the recording, analysis and reporting of a range of diversity characteristics, including ethnicity, which has been identified as an important first step in better understanding the diversity…

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National administrative data
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What do we know about children in the family justice system?

Our infographic pulls together what we know, and what we don’t know, about children’s journeys through the family justice system from national data.

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