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Contact between children in care or adopted and their families: six key messages from research

Authors & Organisations
Mary Ryan: Nuffield Family Justice Observatory
Mary Ryan
Nuffield Family Justice Observatory

About the briefing paper

Decisions about contact are crucially important for children and families when children are placed for adoption, removed from home through care proceedings, or voluntarily looked after by local authorities.

This briefing paper distils and reflects on the key points from three evidence reviews in an eight-minute read.