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Christine Barter is an NSPCC Senior Research Fellow at the School for Policy Studies, University of Bristol. Previously she was an NSPCC Senior Research Fellow with the University of Bedfordshire. She has published widely on a range of children's welfare issues.
David Berridge is Professor of Child and Family Welfare and Head of the Centre for Family Policy and Child Welfare at the School for Policy Studies, University of Bristol. David has been a researcher for 25 years and was awarded an OBE in January 2005 for services to children.
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