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#thecourtsaid is the global campaign for Survivor Family Justice. Domestic Abuse survivors are subjected to institutional discrimination and injustice all over the world. #thecourtsaid is committed to changing the way Domestic Abuse is treated in the Family Court, so Survivor Families can look forward to safer futures.

Latest from the Blog

Tories U-Turn on Domestic Abuse

The Bill was truly taking shape to be a giant leap forward for victims. Until it arrived in the House of Commons on 15th April 2021, and everything good in the Bill, was callously rejected.

Written Submission to the Scottish Parliament: Parental Alienation in the Context of Domestic Abuse and the Regulation of Child Advocates

Family court involvement can be extremely distressing for parents, children and grandparents. We agree generally speaking that there must be more regulation and accountability in the system. However, it is crucial that the parties who, in line with academic research, have abused their power and acted outwith the remit of their appointment get regulated, not the parties who work tirelessly to protect the vulnerable from harm.

Professor Joan Meier Rebuts Unprofessional Attacks on her Groundbreaking Research

Professor Joan Meier’s groundbreaking study was published in 2020, showing the outcomes of family court cases involving parental alienation and how it affects custody. Professor Meier’s study firmly shone the spotlight on the catastrophic gender-specific harm the theory of parental alienation does and, in particular, the harm it does to child victims of physical and sexual abuse.

Punished for Protecting

Survivor Families are met with hostility in the Family Court for raising safeguarding concerns surrounding Domestic Abuse.

Domestic Abuse is poorly understood, ignored or minimised in the Family Court with catastrophic outcomes for Survivor Families.

#thecourtsaid Protest 2019, Parliament Square, London

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