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By Tristan Donovan |
08 January 2008
The head of Cafcass and Kent's director of children's services are among the children and youth professionals featured in the New Year Honours list.
Local safeguarding children boards (LSCB) with an NSPCC representative are calling for an evaluation tool to measure their success.
By Sarah Cooper |
Children's charity Barnardo's is calling on the government to do more to save children in asylum-seeking families from living in poverty.
Child trafficking victims should have better access to safe houses, according to a set of new Conservative policies.
The Adolescent and Children's Trust (Tact) has carried out a consultation with its young people to see how they would like social work practices to work.
Lord Andrew Adonis has confirmed he will give a formal response on whether a right to short breaks for disabled children already exists in law, at the committee stage of the Children and Young Persons Bill.
By Alison Bennett |
Former home secretary David Blunkett has called for a range of reforms to address a lack of social mobility in Britain.
By Tom Lloyd |
Disability rights campaigners are planning to bring a series of test cases to prove that families with disabled children have a legal right to short breaks.
07 January 2008
Policies on asylum seekers are forcing 100,000 children in the UK to live in poverty, according to a leading children's charity.
03 January 2008
A housing group that supports young black people in London is on the verge of collapse.
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