Children's Commissioner mention: Sue Berelowitz talking about consent (Today Programme, BBC Radio 4)
Children's Commissioner mention: Sue Berelowitx talking about consent (Today Programme, BBC Radio 4)
Children's Commissioner's column: Recognising good factors can help the less fortunate (Children & Young People Now)
England's Children's Commissioner, Maggie Atkinson on supporting those at the margins of society.
Children's Commissioner mention: Channel 5 News survey reveals stress of growing up in modern Britain (Channel 5)
A major new study by Channel 5 News and leading children's charity the National Children's Bureau has revealed the truth about growing up in Britain.
Sex and teenagers: new research reveals 'blurred lines' (Channel 4)
What do teenagers think is acceptable when it comes to sex? Channel 4 News can reveal government research which shows teenagers understand the concept of consent - but do not always apply it.
Children's Commissioner mention: Councils in denial over extent of child sexual exploitation, says report (Guardian)
Only 6% of safeguarding children boards have fully implemented government guidance from 2009, two-year study finds
Children's Commissioner mention: Children as young as 12 'are committing sex abuse on other children as part of gang violence' (Independent)
Children as young as 12 are carrying out sexual violence against each other, according to "profoundly distressing" evidence highlighted in an official report.
Children's Commissioner mention: Child-on-child abuse shocking, children's commissioner report says (BBC)
"Shocking" sexual violence is being carried out by children against other children as young as 11, according to an official report.
Children’s Commissioner mention: Children still at risk of abuse in schools, clubs and care homes, report warns (Guardian)
The report comes just days after a study published by the Office of the Children's Commissioner for England said it was down to teachers, social workers and other professionals to notice the signs and symptoms of mistreatment rather than wait for a child to talk about it.
Children's Commissioner Dr Maggie Atkinson said too many children were still suffering at the hand of adults and too many of the adults they came into contact with were failing in their duty to protect them.