Evaluation of child poverty pilots: delivering improved services for separating parents

In September 2009 the Government commissioned this evaluation, to be conducted by a partnership of the Tavistock Institute for Human Relations, Bryson Purdon Social Research (BPSR) and TNS-BMRB.

The evaluation’s overall aim was to explore both process and, as far as possible, impact through providing evidence on how effective the pilot projects had been in coordinating local services for separating and separated parents and their children so that access to relevant services could be gained quickly, parental conflict was minimised, and there was reduced risk of children being negatively affected by the separation.

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Department for Education
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2011
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