National data standard for youth work launches

The first national data standard for youth work in the UK has been launched in a bid to gather data on the sector in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Read the full article on this link to Children &...

The state of girls’ rights in the UK 2019-2020.

The Youth Advisory Panel wrote in the foreword of the 2016 State of Girls’ Rights Report that its findings “do not shock us”. The state of girls’ rights in the UK 2019-2020. Date: 5 May 2020 Author: Plan...

£6.5m fund launches to boost support for those at risk of youth violence

Organisations supporting vulnerable young people at risk of youth violence can bid for a share of £6.5m from a new grant round launched today by the Youth Endowment Fund (YEF). Read the full article on this...

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National data standard for youth work launches

The first national data standard for youth work in the UK has been launched in a bid to gather data on the sector in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Read the full article on this link to Children & Young People Now

The state of girls’ rights in the UK 2019-2020.

The Youth Advisory Panel wrote in the foreword of the 2016 State of Girls’ Rights Report that its findings “do not shock us”. The state of girls’ rights in the UK 2019-2020. Date: 5 May 2020 Author: Plan International UK Publisher: Plan...

COVID-19: SUPPORTING BEREAVED CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE

The outbreak of Covid-19 means that many aspects of children’s lives are changing. School is closed for most, lots of parents are working from home, and families are having to spend time apart when they would like to be together. The news is...

Tackling the triple threats of childhood malnutrition

The term ‘double burden of malnutrition’ is usually interpreted in terms of the physical status of children: stunted and wasted children on the one hand and overweight/obese children on the other. There is a third category of malnutrition that can...

Books for children who are worried or anxious  

The NSPCC Library and Information Service has created a reading list of books for children who are worried or anxious. Our free information service remains open, and can provide reading lists and help you to find information on safeguarding topics...

Talking to a child worried about Coronavirus 

The NSPCC has created a new webpage with information and advice for parents or carers who are worried a child or young person may be struggling with their mental health or has anxiety about Coronavirus. The webpage includes information on: talking...