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Commissioning: Systems thinking

| November 28, 2017

Finding the right solution for complex children's services problems requires new tools and thinking, says Richard Selwyn.

Spotlight on new duties and the latest innovation in improving outcomes for all looked-after children.

The risk of cyber attack has become a clear and present danger and is an issue charity and children's services leaders must be alert to, but there are various protective steps they can take to strengthen their defences.

Sexting Guidance

| August 29, 2017

Half-day workshop focuses on how teachers and other professionals should respond to incidents of sexting among young people.

Cast your mind back to early September 2007. The newly established Department for Children, Schools and Families projects a proud rainbow logo; Kanye West is at number one with Stronger; Ed Balls has pranced his way up to Children's Secretary...

Supplement on supporting looked-after children and young people to fulfil their potential amid increasing pressure and policy reform.

Stewart MacLachlan, legal and policy officer at Coram Children's Legal Centre, looks at some recent developments regarding the detention of unaccompanied migrant children by immigration authorities

The new issue of CYP Now has an extensive special report on what works in preventing youth offending.

Kelly Reeve, team leader and senior legal consultant for the Child Law Advice Service, looks at the question of surrogacy for single parents and considers the possible ways forward for law reform

Special supplement on the latest innovation and implementation of policy reforms to enable children in care to lead healthy, happy lives.