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By Nina Jacobs |
19 July 2019
Extra-curricular activities, particularly music and sport, are three times more likely to be accessed by children from high-income households than their less well-off peers, a study has shown.
17 July 2019
Public sector organisations will be legally bound to work together to tackle serious violence including knife crime under a new duty announced by the government.
By Joanne Parkes |
10 July 2019
A review of the statutory guidance for council youth service provision has been launched by the government.
Youth support charity Includem is now accredited as a living wage employer, it has announced.
By Dan Parton |
09 July 2019
Using children as informants in criminal investigations has been ruled as legal by the High Court.
05 July 2019
Children as young as seven are being used to move drugs for organised gangs, according to new research from The Children's Society.
Children's services leaders are calling on the government to deliver a coordinated and sustainably funded knife crime strategy, which puts child protection and safeguarding at the top of the agenda.
01 July 2019
Campaigners have criticised the government's Youth Obligation Support Programme over high drop-out rates and increased risk of benefit sanctions among the country's most disadvantaged young people.
21 June 2019
Council leaders have warned that the "piecemeal" nature of government funding is hampering their efforts to tackle youth homelessness.
19 June 2019
Children's services leaders are warning that plans to streamline post-16 education qualifications will negatively impact young people in disadvantaged areas and those with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
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