Scotland: A child's experiences of child contact processes: IJCC briefing

Research output: Working paper

Abstract

‘A’ is a young woman supported by a Women’s Aid group in Scotland; this briefing contains her words about how she experienced child contact court processes.
• ‘A’ did not feel listened to when she was going through the court processes in Scotland. The court decided when and how she would communicate and spend time with a parent that she was not living with.
• ‘A’ felt that she understood a lot more than the adults in the systems around her thought that she did.
• ‘A’ felt that the court systems made assumptions about what was happening because they and the people in them operated with gendered stereotypes.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationEdinburgh
PublisherChildhood and Youth Studies Research Group (CYSRG)
Publication statusPublished - 26 Jun 2020

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