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Legal Update: Forced marriage outlawed

Will a new law criminalising forced marriage provide better protection for children at risk, asks Kirsten Anderson, legal research and policy manager at Coram Children's Legal Centre.

Legal Update: Concerns remain over legal aid

The government's small concessions over plans to cut legal aid are not enough to protect children's access to justice, argues Anita Hurrell, legal and policy officer at Coram Children's Legal Centre.

Child protection in sport

Sport should be hugely fulfilling, but it can lead to negative experiences for children and forms of abuse, warns Ruth Barnes, international research and policy manager at Coram Children's Legal Centre

School exclusions guidance

Kate Harvey, education adviser at Coram Children's Legal Centre, examines the potential impact of the proposed new exclusions guidance on pupils in England with special educational needs

Failure to protect migrant children

The UK Border Agency continues to prioritise immigration control over the rights of children, says Kamena Dorling, policy and programmes manager at Coram Children's Legal Centre

Legal Update: UN adopts complaints protocol

Children whose rights have been violated will soon be able to complain to an international committee, writes Kirsten Anderson, legal research and policy manager at Coram Children's Legal Centre.

School admission codes revised

Kirsten Anderson, legal research and policy manager at Coram Children's Legal Centre, looks at whether proposed new regulations promote better access to education for vulnerable children

ChildRIGHT Interview: Amy Winter, business support manager, Coram Children's Legal Centre

The Coram Children's Legal Centre (CCLC) has launched an enhanced version of the Child Law Advice Line (CLAL) service, funded by the Department for Education, that has been providing parents, carers, children and young people with legal advice since 2004. Last year, the line provided advice to approximately 900 callers each month. The organisation's project manager for the CLAL, Amy Winter, tells us more about the changes.