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| 9th October 2017
Briefing: Children’s Mental Healthcare in England
New analysis by Children’s Commissioner for England reveals children’s mental health treatment ‘shockingly poor’.
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| 27th February 2017
Implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Submission to inform the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) List of Issues on the UK
| 4th January 2017
Growing up Digital
A report from the Children's Commissioner's Growing Up Digital Taskforce.
| 27th December 2016
The support provided to Young Carers in England
New study from the Children’s Commissioner for England reveals that just a small fraction of young carers are receiving the support that they need.
| 6th December 2016
Growing up North: Time to leave the North-South divide behind
Growing up North is a year-long project by the Children's Commissioner for England that will put children at the heart of discussions about Northern regeneration.
| 25th October 2016
Family hubs: A discussion paper
Co-ordinated local support and intervention for children in need and their families
| 12th September 2016
Lightning Review: Children’s access to school nurses
A Lightning Review by the Children's Commissioner for England examining children's access to school nurses to improve wellbeing and protect them from harm
| 4th August 2016
Delivering a care leavers’ strategy for traineeships and apprenticeships
A submission from the Centre for Social Justice to the Children's Commissioner for England titled 'Delivering a care leavers' strategy for traineeships and apprenticeships'
| 11th July 2016
Ambitious for Children 2016-17
We all have a part to play in being ambitious for children, and over the next five years, Children's Commissioner Anne Longfield will advocate for positive change for all children and particularly tho