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Domestic Abuse: Policy context

  • Monday, April 29, 2019
The Crime Survey for England and Wales estimates that there were 1.2 million female and 713,000 male victims of domestic abuse in 2016/17, respectively 7.5 and 4.4 per cent of the total population.

First 1,001 Days: WAVE Trust view

In 2014-15, the all-party parliamentary group for conception to age two - the first 1,001 days, took six months' evidence from leading UK academics and practitioners, asking what should be key policies for a child's first 1,001 days of life.

First 1,001 Days: Government view

All those who believe that the period from conception to two is vital in shaping the course of a child's life should be greatly encouraged that more and more people in Westminster are agreeing with them.

First 1,001 Days - Early Intervention Foundation view

The first 1,000 days of a child's life is a period of rapid physical, cognitive, social and emotional development, and an important phase for brain development. It's a time that lays the foundations for a happy, healthy and productive life.

First 1,001 Days: Policy context

  • Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Ensuring children are well nourished, loved and interacted with in the first two years is crucial. Sir Michael Marmot's review of health inequalities in 2010 stressed that "what happens in these early years has lifelong effects" on a person's health, wellbeing and life chances.

Class of '78: Gabrielle Jerome

  • Friday, March 22, 2019
Key learnings for me at Bradford were the unique blend of person-centred practice, and analysis and understanding organisations, reflecting on trends shaping the development of services - social policy, race, disability, gender issues and systemic thinking, and crucially the ability to use one's self as a tool for change.

Class of '78: Shirley Cramer

  • Tuesday, March 19, 2019
Sharing stories with my classmates from our student days at our recent 40-year reunion made me realise just how much we still had in common despite the variety of our work and life experiences over the decades. The Class of '78 had strong core values which are still in evidence today.

Class of '78: Debbie Olley?

  • Tuesday, March 19, 2019
On hearing of my application to Bradford University the headmistress at my very traditional school was horrified. She told me no one had ever done such a peculiar course and why on earth were two references required - other universities only required hers! ?

Class of '78: Philip Sands

  • Tuesday, March 19, 2019
Deemed a successful group of graduates, 40 years on we are attempting to capture some understanding to inform future decision making.

Class of '78: Alison O'Sullivan

  • Tuesday, March 19, 2019
Forty years ago we started our careers at a time of upheaval and expansion in the public sector following the creation of Social Services Departments in 1971 (following Seebohm) and local government reorganisation in 1974.

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