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Managers in local authorities have a clear grasp of the vision for integrated children's services, but do not yet have detailed targets for specific groups including looked-after children, according to a report by the Local Authorities Research Consortium. www.cypnow.co.uk/doc

Staff's unwillingness to change is the biggest challenge to early years leadership, says a report by the Economic & Social Research Council. www.esrc.ac.uk.

Managers in local authorities have a clear grasp of the vision for integrated children's services, but do not yet have detailed targets for specific groups including looked-after children, according to a report by the Local Authorities Research Consortium. www.cypnow.co.uk/doc

In a speech to the Youth Justice Board last week, David Cameron called for a "tough love" approach to dealing with rebellious teenagers. It came after a report by the Institute for Public Policy Research that found British young people to be the "most yobbish in Europe".

Caring and learning are essential to the work of childminders and are seen as interdependent by childminders themselves, who see learning as impossible without a safe, caring environment. This is one of the findings of a research report by the NCB Research Centre.

Adults in the UK are frightened of young people, according to a report by the Institute for Public Policy Research. The report said just 34 per cent of UK adults would stop children vandalising a bus shelter, compared to 65 per cent of Germans and 50 per cent of Italians.

Briefing: Research report - Violence against children

By Chloe Stothard

| October 10, 2006

A study for the secretary general of the UN has claimed that allowing smacking normalises violence against children and has urged a ban.

A Department for Education and Skills report is calling for a standardisation of pay and conditions across children's centres, to avoid resentment among staff.

A research report on finding solutions for young people's bus travel has recently been published by The National Youth Agency.

A research report on finding solutions for young people's bus travel has recently been published by The National Youth Agency.

Lone parent families are more likely to have a child with a disability and a mother figure aged under 30 according to research report Families With Children in Britain. www.dwp.gov.uk.

School trips help bond families, increase self-discipline in learning and help develop community spirit, according to research from Exeter University for the National Trust. The report comes as the Government prepares to publish its manifesto on learning outside the classroom.

The National Youth Agency has been working with research specialist Dubit Research on a project exploring volunteering and the recession.

Study examines ways to tackle the neglect of children through early intervention.

Vital research to give a clear picture of how integrated youth support services are being delivered across England and highlight common issues is to be carried out by the National Youth Agency (NYA).