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This webinar presented findings from a Churchill Fellowship project completed in 2018 that explored best practice and research evidence on family inclusion initiatives in the USA, Canada, Norway and the UK. The webinar challenged dichotomised thinking about parents and children in child protection, and argued for a reconceptualisation of family inclusion that recognises and addresses the social context of child removal. It also discussed the evidence base for practical innovations in family-inclusive practice in three areas, including parent-to-parent peer work, a greater focus on carer and parent relationships, and parent leadership.

A full recording of this webinar is available on our YouTube Channel.

The audio, transcript and presentation slides are also available.

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