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Title: Maximising children's interests after parental separation: the australian experience
Authors: Seddon, Beth
Issue Date: Oct-2002
Publisher: CRFR
Series/Report no.: CRFR Briefing
8
Abstract: This briefing gives an overview of policy developments in Australia aimed at maximising the interests of children when their parents separate. It touches on issues common to a number of countries, in particular attempts to promote a more conciliatory approach through the provision of early intervention and education programs, alternate dispute resolution services and specific services for men. It discusses the re-focusing of counselling and mediation programs as well as describing some initiatives targeted at the resolution of more difficult situations - continuing disputes over children and situations where safety for one or more family members is endangered.
Keywords: Counselling and family mediation
Divorce and separation
Education and training
Parents and parenting
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1842/2817
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