The Children’s Future Food Inquiry

The Children’s Future Food Inquiry’s final report and young people’s #Right2Food Charter were published on April 25th 2019. The young Food Ambassador’s campaign film is available here. Share this:Click to...

Thirty years on, has the Children Act changed family life for the better?

Politicians, social workers, parents and legal experts discuss whether the far-reaching act has been successful at putting children’s interests first. Read the full article on this link to The Guardian Share...

Manifesto for a Better Childhood

NCB  Manifesto for a Better Childhood, developed with children and young people, sets out a positive vision for improving young lives, starting in pregnancy and continuing until a young person’s 25th birthday...

The Shadow Fathers in Social Work with Families: Barriers to Whole-Family Working

The paper discusses some findings of a recent qualitative study. The study deals with the topic of gendered construction of clients by social workers employed in ‘social activation services for families with...

Government announces £12m boost for youth sector

Youth projects are in line for an extra £12m in government funding to help address “urgent needs in the youth sector”, Culture Secretary Nicky Morgan has announced.  The boost includes a £7m Youth...

The Children’s Future Food Inquiry

The Children’s Future Food Inquiry’s final report and young people’s #Right2Food Charter were published on April 25th 2019. The young Food Ambassador’s campaign film is available here. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click...

Manifesto for a Better Childhood

NCB  Manifesto for a Better Childhood, developed with children and young people, sets out a positive vision for improving young lives, starting in pregnancy and continuing until a young person’s 25th birthday. See the full details on this link...

Government announces £12m boost for youth sector

Youth projects are in line for an extra £12m in government funding to help address “urgent needs in the youth sector”, Culture Secretary Nicky Morgan has announced.  The boost includes a £7m Youth Accelerator Fund which is for expanding...

Reform school exclusions to tackle knife crime, MPs urge

A cross-party group of MPs and peers who are investigating knife crime have urged the government to reform school exclusions, warning that being expelled can be the tipping point that leads a young person to arm themselves with a knife. Read the...