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Explaining high rates of infants in care proceedings in deprived areas of Wales

Authors & Organisations
Dr Stefanie Doebler: Lancaster University
Dr Bachar Alrouh: Lancaster University
Professor Karen Broadhurst: Lancaster University
Dr Stuart Bedston: Lancaster University
Dr Linda Cusworth: Lancaster University
Ashley Akbari: Swansea University
Professor David Ford: Swansea University
Dr Lucy J Griffiths: Swansea University
Dr Stefanie Doebler
Dr Bachar Alrouh
Professor Karen Broadhurst
Dr Stuart Bedston
Dr Linda Cusworth
Ashley Akbari
Professor David Ford
Dr Lucy J Griffiths
Lancaster University
Lancaster University
Lancaster University
Lancaster University
Lancaster University
Swansea University
Swansea University
Swansea University


This short report summarises results of recent analysis published by the Family Justice Data Partnership that aims to pinpoint the particular domains of deprivation associated with rates of infant entry to care in local authorities in Wales. The work complements research conducted as part of the Born into Care series, which is building a robust evidence base about the very youngest children in the family justice system.