Filtered by month: March

The best way to make a difference is to prevent problems at the outset

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While the budget included some much needed respite for adult’s social care there was no mention of support for children.

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Overcoming the elephant in the room: getting a Fair Deal for young people

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Wednesday 30 March 2016 / Financial education
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For many disadvantaged and vulnerable young people, financial worries resemble this elephant.

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The impact of the Immigration Bill on care leavers

Posted by Kate Maher /

Friday 18 March 2016 / Care leavers, Children in care
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We are deeply worried about what this Bill could mean for some young people leaving care.

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A Budget for the next generation?

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Thursday 17 March 2016 / Inequality, Early intervention
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The Government’s focus on education starts too late to deliver on their promise to improve children’s life chances.

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Our response to the 2016 budget

Posted by AfC Policy and campaigns /

Wednesday 16 March 2016 / Government spending
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Our response to the Chancellor’s announcement today on schools reforms.

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Budget 2016 is a chance to set the tone for the years to come

Posted by Dan Breslin /

Tuesday 15 March 2016 / Government spending, Early intervention
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Budget 2016 is a chance to set the tone for the years to come

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MPs and Peers raised the issue. But you made the difference.

Posted by Chloe Hardy /

Wednesday 02 March 2016 / Cost of living
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As part of the End Child Poverty Coalition our supporters got stuck in and made the difference.

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Children will be losing in the long run

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Early intervention saves in the long-term. Time to give local authorities the resources they need to make it the default

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‘Beyond Male Role Models’: key issues in working with young men

Last week we launched the final report of our two year ESRC-funded research project, ‘Beyond Male Role Models; gender identities and work with young men’.

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