The APPG on Family Law’s next event will be all about accountability and transparency in the family justice system and to that end we’ve titled it “Transparency: Privacy and the Public Interest”.

Do you think privacy and public interest are mutually exclusive, as they are so often portrayed, or are they just two sides of the same coin that need to be taken into account to make the family justice system whole?

Come and have your say and hear what others think at the APPG’s next open event above, which is going to take place on Tuesday 29th March, in the House of Commons at 6.30pm. The panel is superb and sure to spark debate.

If you would like more details on the event, the APPG website is currently displaying information on the panel members and a short introduction to the issues surrounding transparency and the discussion on 29th March itself. The Press Release will be available shortly.

Should you like to come along (and everyone does have tremendous fun, despite the serious nature of the topic and the genuine emotions that are relayed both from the floor and the panel) you’re very welcome to leave your email address below and we’ll add you to the APPG mailing list, if you are not on it already.

Look forward to seeing you there!