Allegations of parental alienation are used to silence survivors of domestic abuse

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In 2017, Women’s Aid Federation England and Queen Mary University of London began a research project about domestic abuse and the family courts. Despite Women’s Aid’s Child First campaign contributing to some positive changes around policy and guidance on how the family courts should deal with domestic abuse, in practice many problems remained. The family courts and unsafe child contact remained survivors’ uppermost priority for change.

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