Please join us if you can. It will be an opportunity for you to contribute to the future direction of this vital area of research knowledge and evidence. It will also be an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of the UKAJI research network over the past three years and join us in thanking all those who have contributed.
‘The significance of research in this area is rooted in the scale, relevance and reach of administrative justice, all of which suggest the need for a proactive approach to research.’
We will present a summary of our roadmap of proposed research needs and priorities, which has been shaped by consultation with members of the research, policy and practitioner communities. The launch event will be an opportunity to look to the future and explore how to take forward the proposals and recommendations.
‘In terms of scale, administrative justice directly affects many more people than either the criminal or civil justice systems.
In terms of its relevance, administrative justice concerns decisions affecting many areas of our lives – some relatively routine, concerning matters such as parking offences; others of vital importance to people’s living standards, such as social security, social care and health, schools and housing; and others concerning fundamental rights such as liberty, asylum and the right to information.
In terms of reach, administrative justice extends beyond the court or tribunal systems and includes policy and its application, access to advice, and initial decision-making by central and local government departments and private-sector agents who deliver public services on their behalf.’
Tea and coffee will be available from 4pm, and we’ll have presentations and discussion with panel members and attendees, followed by a drinks reception until 7pm.
Places are filling fast, so if you’re interested in attending please contact Jane Parsons, UKAJI Administrator, on email@example.com to let us know.