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The lively and enthusiastic discussion identified what were felt to be the key factors that prevented non-resident fathers from securing accommodation suitable for their needs, and debated the merits of existing schemes with elements that could be adapted for non-resident fathers.  The report neatly summarises the key points of the roundtable and details ideas for change, in terms of government policy, potential housing solutions and the need to promote a wider understanding of the needs of this overlooked, often marginalised group. 

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Publication Date

December 2018