Claire Mason

Claire Mason

Events & Engagement Lead, NFJO Development Team

Claire Mason is a Senior Research Associate at Lancaster University, having previously worked for the University as a Lecturer in Social Work between 2006 and 2013.

A qualified social worker, before holding an academic post Claire practised in the fields of social care and community development for ten years. In keeping with her main area of interest, this experience was largely with children and families. Her work is positioned at the interface between academia and social work practice; Claire is committed to ensuring research is utilised and translated into practice.

Claire is a qualitative researcher who has worked on a wide range of projects at a local regional and national level. She recently served as senior qualitative researcher on a Nuffield Foundation funded study examining the issue of Recurrent Care Proceedings. She is particularly interested in innovative practices to support families who are in receipt of compulsory State intervention.

Claire is now working as part of the Nuffield FJO development team with a particular focus on engagement. From 2019 she will be Co-Investigator on the special interest project, 'Infants in the family justice system'. 

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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