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‘While [Cafcass’] study shouldn’t be taken as representative of all radicalisation cases, we do have a unique national data set that gives us interesting information about the different manifestations of “radicalisation” within family law proceedings across different case types. It’s important that we continue to use our data to consider what we can learn from any emerging trends.The full study is available to view and download here.
‘Although the type of radicalisation concerns we are now seeing might appear to be a new phenomenon, especially with references to the so-called IS, judgments have highlighted the importance of practitioners making use of the core safeguarding skills. These are the most crucial tools in assessing these cases.’
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