informal resolution

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Homelessness internal reviews – The long view

By David Cowan, University of Bristol Law School*, and Caroline Hunter and Simon Halliday, University of York Law School This piece was originally published on the University of Bristol Law School Blog on 13 April 2016 and is re-posted here with permission of the authors. Applicants for homelessness assistance who are aggrieved by a local authority’s … Continue reading

Analysis: What’s in a name? The challenges of terminology in studying ombuds practice

Varda Bondy, Margaret Doyle, and Carolyn Hirst   This month saw the publication of a Nuffield Foundation-funded mapping study on the use of informal resolution by ombudsmen (download here), launched at two events in London (at the Nuffield Foundation) and Edinburgh (at Queen Margaret University). Both were attended by practitioners and representatives from administrative justice fora from … Continue reading