Seusspicious minds – family lawyer.
Pink Tape – family barrister.
Family Lore – musings from an English family lawyer.
Parents Accused – family solicitor offering help and advice to parents involved in cases of non-accidental injury.
Encyclopaedia on Family and the Law – interesting articles and informative content on every aspect of family law in the UK.
UK Human Rights Blog – edited by barristers from 1 Crown Office Row.
Head of Legal – comment on public law and human rights issues.
Strasbourg Observers – based at the Human Rights Centre of Ghent University in Belgium. Aims to bring new judgments of the European Court of Human Rights to the attention of interested scholars, practitioners and students.
The Transparency Project – The aim of the project is to shed some light on the workings of the Family Courts, to make the process and the cases understandable for people without law degrees.
Mental Health Issues
Not So Big Society – blog by a nurse therapist working in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).
Relief from anxiety – a blog by Amy, aged 18, about her experiences of anxiety.
Dealing with anxiety – about anxiety and depression.
How not to do social work – thoughts from an experienced social worker.
The Barefoot Social Worker – social work from a libertarian perspective.
Families and Parents
Birthmum – blog from a parent whose three children were adopted
Holes in the Wall – documenting parent abuse; defined as any harmful act by a teenage child, whether physical, psychological or financial, which is intended to gain power and control over a parent or carer.
Nick King’s blog – adoptive parent.
The misadventures of an adoptive dad – a blog from Al, a dad, who through a series of decisions and choices allied to circumstances and opportunities is the father to six children.
Surviving Safeguarding – a mother who has been through the process and kept her child
No star to guide me – a site looking at how people give advice on social media – has very comprehensive resources page for help and advice about a variety of issues.
A care leaver’s blog – about her experiences in care and beyond.
A Kind of Trouble – exploring the government’s Troubled Families Programme, looking at how the key workers are enacting the troubled families agenda and if/how they are negotiating it and/or resisting it.