It's time to put things right

The Campaign for Survivor Family Justice

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How to write to your MP

Getting your elected representative to take action!

Getting your MP to take action in 3 easy steps! 

  1. Find your MP using the Postcode Box above. 
  2. Write your personal email outlining the issues 
  3. Send! 


It's always best to write an original email. No one likes to be spammed with copied and pasted content and MPs are no exception! To help you write to your MP here is a short list of the issues that urgently needs the governments consideration. Feel free to use this within your email to highlight the main points.

  • We urgently request the governments position on the issue of recourse for survivors in Family Court previous to the proposed reforms. Unsafe orders and poor decisions have been made leaving families at risk, which can only be established by an immediate case review.
  • Survivors accessing justice currently continue to be harmed by poor and unsafe decisions and this will continue during the transition to the proposed reforms. The government needs to establish a mechanism for recourse for all of these cases.
  • The Ministry of justice have unreservedly acknowledged the harms survivors have endured in the Family Court. Survivors seek full and honest recourse, including compensation, for the harms they have endured by the institutions tasked with protecting them.


Good luck, and don't forget to let us know if you get a response!

Sign the Petition!

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Survivor Family Justice - Now!

It's time to call upon our elected representatives to make sure justice is served to protect all survivor families!

The Ministry of Justice published it's damning report into the issues facing Domestic Abuse survivor families in court. We welcome the proposed changes for reform.

However, many thousands of families have unsafe Court orders in place as a result of this crisis, and many more will, before reform is achieved.

The government needs to launch an immediate case review and a mechanism for recourse for victims affected by the crisis. Thousands of children have been removed unlawfully from victims of Domestic Abuse with no prospect of reversing the situation. Many more thousands are living in fear with unsafe Court decisions impacting families dealing with a Domestic Abuser. Without recourse, this will continue. 

The report publishes the harms endured by survivor families in the Family Court system. It is time to right the wrongs and provide compensation for victims, whose lives, families and futures have been forever marked, or even destroyed by an unsafe decision in the Family Court.

We call upon the government urgently to immediately review all cases that have gone before the proposed reforms, and the ones that will suffer during the transition to reform. We call upon the government to reverse decisions where possible and provide compensation to those affected by the crisis. #thecourtsaid




Our response to the Family Court Review

Read the official #thecourtsaid response to the report "Assessing Risk of Harm to Children and Parents in Private Law Children's Cases"

The Report

Read the full document published by the Ministry of Justice "Assessing the Risk of Harm to Children and Parents in Private Law Children's Cases"