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| January 29, 2019
Andrea Leadsom outlines work being undertaken by a ministerial group to assess gaps in family support.
By Ally Dunhill and Emina Osmandzikovic
Appointing a dedicated youth minister would help the UK implement the UN's strategy, say experts.
Half of children's services inspected in their first year of the Ilacs system have improved their rating.
By Bernard Davies
Swingeing cuts to youth services since 2010 are the result of an ideological drive to target support at disadvantaged young people, with little prospect of any change, says youth work expert and author Bernard Davies.
By Joanne Parkes
The government's 10-year vision for the NHS sets out key pledges to improve support for children and young people with mental health problems, including investing in crisis and community-based interventions.
Two new schemes aim to encourage councils to place more looked-after children at boarding schools.
By Nina Jacobs
Lack of magistrates and secure children's homes to blame for increase in children in custody on remand.
| January 02, 2019
Evaluation of regional adoption agencies highlights mixed progress, with some starting to improve various aspects of the adoption process, while others are struggling to attract staff and develop shared IT functions.
By Professor Sir Al Aynsley-Green and Dr Jason Pandya-Wood
Knowledge of adverse childhood experiences should be used to build children's resilience, say experts.
Research findings support local government calls for a 'reboot' of how SEND services are commissioned.
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