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The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact not just on our health and/or economic situation, but on our mental health as well. For those who struggled with their mental health before the coronavirus...
Social work is truly effective if the practitioners are able to visit  children and families and make personal contact with them regularly. However, in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic, the need...
Bright Spots is a partnership research programme between Coram Voice and the Rees Centre at the University of Oxford, which works with local authorities across the county to understand the experience...
'What Works for Children’s Social Care' collaborated with Cardiff University to explore how ‘devolved budgets’ might be used by social workers to provide resources to families and reduce the need for...
How authorities failed to protect a grooming victim who spoke out against her abusers Lucy's mother was a drug addict who neglected her daughter during her childhood. Her mother's companions and...
Vulnerable children include those with a social worker, children and young people up to the age of 25 with education, health, and care (EHC) plans, and those who have been assessed as 'in-need' (ex: ...
Childcare providers are critical workers supporting families and facing new challanges during this time. As a result, the national government is assuring them they will receive the support they need...
As the coronavirus spreads around the world, an increasing number of countries are deciding to close their schools and opt for remote learning. As of 16 March, Hungarian children have also been...
The Kids in Real Life campaign, organized by Childline in UK, highlights that living in an online childhood is very simple to hide really feelings but behind filters, emojis many children are...
Childline, the UK’s child counselling service launched a new nationwide campaign - KIDS in Real Life – to urge the public to help save a child’s life ‘in real life’. Childline began as a registered...

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