On Saturday 20 January, Anne Neale from Support Not Separation and Tracey Norton from the Disabled Mothers’ Rights Campaign (DMRC)/WinVisible spoke about “What is the family court “crisis”? Watch below on YouTube (captions). Anne gives a general overview, Tracey’s talk starts around 15 mins along.
This started off a free online conference organised by Family Court Crisis, a coalition of UK family court experienced parents supporting each other through child welfare proceedings, offering parents and carers a space to talk and share solutions to challenges posed by family proceedings.
Family Court Crisis is “an unfunded grassroots collective seeking to liberate families from exploitative and oppressive systems.”
Other members of WinVisible/DMRC joined in the discussion later on.
More disability-related contributions to follow from the Unconference.