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05 Jan 2019
The Guardian is reporting about the benefits from twinning nurseries with care homes for the elderly. The study shows children who spend time with older people are more likely to improve their language, reading and social skills, which is why a...
30 Jul 2015
‘The Guardian’ reports on a new proposal by the Prime Minister of the UK concerning pornography on websites. According to the PM, the websites should introduce age-restriction mechanisms; consequently, there would be issued legislations allowing to...
30 Jul 2015
‘The Guardian’ reports about an inadequate police response to applications for information about child sexual abusers. The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) claims, that the police responded appropriately to one out...
28 Jul 2015
‘The Guardian’ reports on a new initiative of how to improve social work in the UK. There was launched a new consultation program aiming to produce a new statement about skills and knowledge for social work. The statement would be contributed both...
23 Jul 2015
‘The Guardian’ reports about the government's attempts to address the issue of domestic violence in the UK. One of such attempts was an action plan launched in 2011 to protect women and girls from domestic violence. It was noticed that all programs...
09 Jul 2015
‘The Guardian’ reports about a launched investigation of children abuse called as a ‘truth project’ in Wales and England. This investigation is based on victims’ testimonies from across the country examining governmental and non-governmental...
05 Jul 2015
‘Cherwell’ reports on a new campaign launched by the charities NWG Network and Missing People in order to prevent children and the youth sexual abuse in the UK. The campaign called 'Say Something' will offer 24-hour hour free anonymous phone line to...
23 Jun 2015
‘Belfast Telegraph’ reports on a new review program launched in the UK to investigate reasons why children in care end up in custody. Children in care are more likely to get involved into troubles with law than children which are not in care, and...

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