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A January 2016 Women’s Aid report highlighted the cases of nineteen children killed by perpetrators of domestic abuse. The killings were made possible through unsafe child contact arrangements, formal and informal. Over half of the child contact arrangements were ordered through the courts. The report recommended that: 

Women’s Aid has launched a Child First campaign “calling on the Government, all family courts professionals, and involved agencies to make the family court process safer for women and children survivors of domestic abuse”.


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