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The Domestic Abuse Bill: Making it work for children

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Wednesday 17 July 2019 / Law, Public Affairs
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The Domestic Abuse Bill was published yesterday, but there are still gaps when it comes to children and young people.

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Joint Committee verdict on draft Domestic Abuse Bill: ‘silent’ on the plight of children

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Friday 14 June 2019 / Law
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The Committee scrutinising the draft Bill has highlighted that it must be amended to recognise children as victims.

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Children and domestic abuse: no longer such an afterthought?

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Tuesday 22 January 2019 / Law, Public Affairs
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The draft Domestic Abuse Bill is out, and there's been a marked change in how Government is talking about children.

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Struggle, stigma … success? What it’s like to be a young parent today

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Friday 13 October 2017 / Mental health, Children's centres
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Young parents, like any other parents, want the absolute best for their children, but it's not always that easy.

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The Children and Social Work Bill: Government is listening

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Tuesday 18 October 2016 / Care leavers, Children in care, Law, Mental health
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We’ve secured two important changes to the Bill. But there’s still more to do.

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