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There is much to be learnt from the digital creativity and experimentation which is happening across public services right now. To get around the lack of face-to-face contact, schools and family support services are experimenting with ways of engaging with families, including virtual delivery of services that families would previously have received face-to-face.

In the midst of the upheaval created by short-term delivery challenges, there is a real risk that crucial messages about what really made the difference, and lessons about what didn’t work, will be missed.

To assist, EIF is offering short-term, practical support to local areas who are looking to evaluate these types of services.

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What have you learned about effective ways to reduce parental conflict and improve outcomes for children?

We are collecting examples of how local areas are introducing change, adapting their strategies and changing the way they work. Now that the national Reducing Parental Conflict Programme is underway, we are interested in telling the stories of local places who are innovating, testing and learning about how to improve outcomes for children in their area by tackling damaging conflict between parents.

A selection of practice examples will be considered for sharing via our Reducing Parental Conflict Hub and Reducing Parental Conflict Commissioner Guide.

Submit your practice examples via our online form.

This form needs to be completed in one visit – we’ve listed the questions below, so that you can prepare before you start. If you would like a personalised link to the form, so that you can come and go as many times as you need to before submitting it, please email robyn.tulloch@eif.org.uk

You may submit details about something that you have done already, or something that you have plans in place to do.

The questions in the form ask about:

  • the problem you are trying to address
  • how you know this is a problem
  • the solution you are introducing
  • whether this solution is rooted in evidence
  • what steps are involved in implementing this solution
  • your intended results
  • how you are measuring progress against these outcomes.

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