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Local Justice

At the launch of the Centre for Welfare Reform, Clare Hyde MBE of the WomenCentre and founder of The Foundation for Families spoke about Local Justice: family-focused reinvestment.


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Clare Hyde MBE

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Local Justice

Local Justice

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Introduction to the Centre

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