Guide helps children's professionals understand key election pledges

Derren Hayes
Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Children & Young People Now presents the definitive guide to what the main parliamentary parties are pledging on key issues for children, young people and families.

The policy guide outlines what policies the Conservatives, Labour and the Liberal Democrats are proposing to introduce for the sector if they form the next government after the general election on 7 May, and analyses what implications these could have.

The 14 policy areas that the guide covers are: careers advice, child health, child poverty, children's rights, crime and youth justice, early years and childcare, families and parenting, joint working, post-16 learning, public spending, safeguarding and care, schools, welfare, and youth services.

Download the full CYP Now Party Policy Guide as a PDF, read the guide online or see the latest issue of CYP Now.

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