Monday, November 07, 2011

Children and young people's guide to the final report of the FJR published

The Ministry of Justice has published a summary of the recommendations of the final report of the Family Justice Review for children and young people. I'm not entirely sure why they've gone to the trouble and expense of doing this (or indeed how many children will read it), but it seems that the rationale is that children were asked to give their views to the panel, so they should be informed of the outcome.

You can find the guide on the MoJ website, here.

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