AHRC Meeting 2

28th - 29th June 2011

Venue: Conference Aston, Birmingham City Centre

Child and family wellbeing in the context of post-separation families

The extent to which the welfare of the child should be the primary consideration in determining where and with whom a child lives, wider family and kinship relationships and the experience and perspectives of practitioners, lawyers and others representing children..

Meeting 2 Summary Report and Delegate List

Meeting 2 Programme

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SPEAKER TITLE
Edward Kruk Shared parental responsibility and shared residence after separation and divorce: A four-pillar approach
Mike Coote Separated Parents Information Programme - Learning so far
Gerard Poussin Self-esteem: Custody type and parental conflict among children in their 6th year of schooling
Ann Buchanan Grandparent involvement and child well-being - in the child's best interests?
Mavis Maclean Would legislating for shared parenting help children? A review of the research evidence
Jonathan Herring Would legislating for shared parenting help children? A review of the research evidence
David Archard Post-separation families: parental rights and duties
Tom Sorell The welfare principle
Adam Swift Family values and post-separation families
Angus Dawson What are ‘Best interests?
Evelyn Mahon Post-Separation Parenting in Ireland - a study of separation and divorce agreements made in Family Law Courts and their implications for parent-child contact and family lives