Author Archives: Sabine Kurjo McNeill

About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician, software designer, system analyst, event organiser, independent web publisher and online promoter of positivity.

In The News

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
The news that should be right on your radar: Dioceses lack ‘robust’ child protections Children in UK’s poorest areas 10 times more likely to go into care Theresa May’s welfare cuts will drive another million children…

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Fighting for justice

Originally posted on mrswrongchoice:
Who can help me? Feels like no one’s there, when you have bills in the thousands because of court proceedings when all you want to do is protect your daughter 😞 So the inevitable happened, it…

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Social Workers Are Still Visiting Schools In Secret – It’s Time To Stop It.

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
In a case which bears all the hallmarks of shoddy child protection practice, a social worker has been criticised and a council fined for abducting a child from school to place her with new carers. …

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McFarlane For President?

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
With the news that the current President Of the Family Division, Sir James Munby, is set to step down next year, speculation will soon mount as to who will succeed him. Munby’s decision to retire…

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The Buzz

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
News items that should be right on your radar: Council’s use of special guardianship order criticised in serious case review Youth sentencing to take child’s upbringing into account Boy held in prolonged solitary confinement in…

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Your Story: Share Your Family Court Experience With Researching Reform

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
The Researching Reform blog often hosts real stories from inside the family justice system, whether they are families’ experiences or child protection professionals’, however we have started to receive an unusually high amount of requests…

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Government To Scrap Dangerous Opt-Out Clauses From Children’s Bill

Originally posted on Researching Reform:
After months of campaigning to remove clauses from a Bill which would have placed children’s lives at risk if implemented, it looks as if the government has finally decided to drop the exemption clauses from the…

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