Wednesday 11 May 2011
Family Justice Review Invitation to consultation.
If anyone would like to go you need to register your interest.
Dear Jane Jackson
As you are aware, the Family Justice Review panel launched its interim report and invited responses to its proposals for reform. The panels’ interim report sets out proposals to tackle problems faced by the family justice system.
Its recommendations aim to bring greater coherence through organisational change and better management, making the system more able to cope with current and future pressures, reducing duplication of scrutiny and diverting more issues away from court.
As part of the consultation process, we are holding four open discussion events in England and Wales to provide an opportunity for individuals to hear more about the review and debate and discuss the proposals set out in the interim report. Details of these events are below:
Wednesday 18 May (approximately 2pm – 4pm) London
Tuesday 31 May (approximately 2pm – 4pm) – Cardiff
Wednesday 1 June (approximately 2pm – 4pm) – Manchester
Tuesday 7 June (approximately 2pm – 4pm) – Birmingham
The events are expected to last approximately two hours. Due to limited spaces the places will be allocated on a first come first serve basis. If you would like to attend please register your interest at firstname.lastname@example.org stating what date you are interested in.
The interim report and online survey can be found at: www.justice.gov.uk/publications/policy/moj/family-justice-review.htm