This research focuses on the life stories of women who have had their children removed from their care by exploring their life experiences from childhood to the present day. It presents mothers' own narratives and provides an opportunity for them to share their stories.
This report argues that, while child removal will always be needed in some form, the current levels of this most extreme intervention are unsustainable and require radical solutions. The researchers offer this publication as a first step to identifying solutions to help prevent families from being separated from the lived experience of mothers.
Published by REFORM and Fulfilling Lives Newcastle Gateshead (FLNG)