Lots of clever technology - but are things better for children?
Rebuilding society and creating jobs could go hand in hand
Punishment is not enough; a lot of hard work is needed to emphasise the positives.
A response to the Home Office Consultation on Reforming Anti-social Behaviour Law
New decision-making systems and service delivery structures are mushrooming.
Going back to “Small is beautiful” and empowering communities.
The need to be alert to a very subtle form of abuse.
We need to rethink our social behaviour and norms as children are at risk.
Bullying is widespread and has to be faced.
How sport and culture can contribute to the nation’s health and wealth
At a time of cuts, the need to take a strategic view
The need to be aware of the unintended and implicit messages
From volcanoes to bed bugs, from farming to French officials; they’re all here.
Help requested for a charity which helps bereaved children
Nancy Hamilton sets out her message as the new SCA President
Christian Child Care Forum
Both in Haiti and the UK, young people need long-term economic solutions
A Conference Report on EYPS, children’s books and disability, ADHD, children’s achievements, loving relationships, gifted children, and twins
Letting people express themselves in their own time and in their own ways
Sending children to prison solves nothing.
A campaign launched by Young Addaction Liverpool to inform the public about the range of services available to help people …
The chance to network on the Sociology of Childhood
For individuals and the Government the recession offers the chance to change for the better.
The importance of motivation and the pitfalls of managerialist priorities
Findings of a public opinion survey commissioned by Barnardo’s
A new report spells out the dangers of a fearful risk-averse culture.
Social exclusion and poverty v. education and achievement
Constituents’ needs pointed up weaknesses in the Government’s drive to improve health services.
What has gone wrong, and what you can do about it.
The dangers of ignoring complexities if we are to meet children’s needs
The social pedagogy angle on the case of Josef Fritzl
Child care activists in Finland created the concept of punishment-violence and changed public perceptions of corporal punishment.
Inquiring seriously into the causes of crime will do more than trying to confiscate knives.
How Aspect is helping to shape the future of the professions which work with children
Examinations need to be thorough before child abuse is alleged
Making the abuser accountable while working with the whole family
Healthy involved communities are needed, to reduce crime.
Observing parenting in action
Faced with the stresses of modern life styles, families need support.
Children need loving care from the start to prevent later violent behaviour
Different perspectives on a common goal
Introducing a tested American programme to accentuate the positive
A study of the impact of educational and social exclusion on Roma children in Serbia
How do we create the right space for people to grow, in the face of controls?
How the generations react to new technology, and to each other
A strong economy is needed to counter poverty and develop services for children.
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