Draft Anonymisation Guidance Published

Draft Guidance on anonymisation of judgments has been published this week. It is published with the support of The President of the Family Division for the purposes of consultation [see note below] – in due course it is anticipated that The President will...

Welcome to new project group members

We are really pleased to welcome two new members to the Transparency Project project group : journalist Louise Tickle and researcher Judith Townend. We think that their involvement will help broaden out our range of expertise and perspectives, to include those working...

Key Information

Contact The Transparency Project via email, twitter or telephone : General enquiries : info@transparencyproject.org.uk Trustees (Lucy Reed (Chair), Julie Doughty and Paul Magrath) : trustees@transparencyproject.org.uk Twitter : @seethrujustice Phone : 07967 998226 You...

Core Principles – Mission Statement

This is a record of a working document, from which our constitution was drawn. The Transparency Project aims to promote the transparency of Family Court proceedings in England and Wales through providing straightforward, accurate and accessible information for...

Constitution

The Transparency Project Constitution can be downloaded here [amended 24/4/15]. The objects of the Transparency Project as set out in the constitution are : To advance the education of the public in the subject of family law and its administration, including the...