Creating Paths to Family Justice
1 November 2015 - 31 October 2016
PI/s in Exeter: Professor Anne Barlow (FAcSS)
Research partners: Relate; One Plus One; Ministry of Justice; Family Mediation Council; Resolution Solicitors' Family Law Association; Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service
Funding awarded: £ 19,961
About the research
The Creating Paths to Family Justice project aims to develop 'real world' impact from the Mapping Paths to Family Justice project on out of court family dispute resolution concluded in 2014. Working with Exeter academic colleagues Janet Smithson, and Jan Ewing and Rosemary Hunter (Queen Mary University, London), the project is collaborating with partner agencies Relate, Ministry of Justice, Department for Work and Pensions, Family Mediation Council, Resolution and CAFCASS to draw on research findings to develop online and offline family mediation and information services.