This approach was informed by a review of international experience of Family Impact Assessments (FIA). Family Proofing Policy: A Review of International Experience of Family Impact Assessment shows that while there are a number of useful frameworks for assessing impact, deficiencies in both the nature and structure of FIAs rendered the proposals unpopular and the basic arguments surrounding FIAs less convincing.
See also: Progressive Families, Progressive Britain: Why Britain Needs Family Proofing of Policy, published as a companion to Family Proofing Policy.
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