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A new study from the Children’s Commissioner for England reveals that just a small fraction of young carers are receiving the support they need, with an estimated four out of five receiving no support
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Every child under the age of 18 has all of the rights in the UNCRC.
Every child has the right to be looked after properly by those who respect them.
We provide support for children in care, receiving social care services and living away from home.
Every child has the right to a standard of living which meets their needs.
Every child has the right to protection from sexual exploitation and abuse.
Every child has a right to say what they think in all matters that affect them & be taken seriously.
Every child has the right to an education, regardless of their background or ability.
No child should suffer cruel treatment or punishment. Arrest & imprisonment should be a last resort.
National challenge involving over 44,000 children and young people in decision making every year.
Every child has the right to the best possible physical and mental health.
UNCRC applies to every child including those who are not UK citizens or do not have settled status.
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Every child has the right to express their views and concerns if something goes wrong.
Every child has the right to protection from harm, abuse and neglect.
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