Turn children's centres into 'family hubs', says think-tank

Joe Lepper
Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Children's centres should be scrapped and replaced with ‘family hubs' that also offer advice on relationships support, according to the think-tank The Centre for Social Justice (CSJ).

The CSJ report says family hubs would get fathers more involved in the care of children.
The CSJ report says family hubs would get fathers more involved in the care of children.

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