October Briefings

The Fostering System in England: Evidence Review
In the summer of 2016 the government announced a national 'stocktake' of fostering in England. The aim of the stocktake is to reach a better understanding of the current system and where improvement can be made. The evidence review was commissioned to inform the stocktake by bringing together quantitative and qualitative research to contribute to an overview of the fostering system.

Mental Capacity Act 2005: Summary and Learning from IH (Observance of Muslim Practice) [2017]
In August 2016 IH's father made an application to the Court of Protection seeking a declaration that it was 'in the Best Interests of IH to have his pubic and axillary hair trimmed in accordance with Islamic cultural and religious practice insofar as it is safe and reasonable to do so'. This case represented the first reported Court of Protection judgement on these issues. This briefing is a short summary of the case, judgement and learning for practitioners working with the Mental Capacity Act.

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