MPs take evidence on intervention thresholds in child protection inquiry

13 December 2011

The Education Committee takes evidence on thresholds for intervention with families in a further session as part of its child protection inquiry.


At 10am, Tuesday 13 December, Committee Room 5, Palace of Westminster

  • Martin Narey, Government Adviser on Adoption
  • John Hemming MP, Founder and Chairman, Justice for Families

Purpose of the session

The aim of this session is to consider thresholds for intervention with families, particularly those relating to care proceedings and adoption; and the effectiveness of adoption in improving outcomes for children in the child protection system.

Further information

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