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Dr Claire Baker explores what children and young people living in care actually feel about their lives and care experience.
The well-being of children is as low as it was 20 years ago, according to an alarming new report from a children’s charity.
Andy Howell explains how active healthier lifestyles are being driven by urban renewal in Slough.
Liz Zeidler explains why a new system has been launched to measure 'true' progress and prosperity.
Children in care are more likely to feel safe than those in the general population, according to a new study.
Medway Council in Kent has rubber stamped plans to shut six children's centres in a bid to remodel the service and save an estimated £1.6m.
Councils will now be able to tailor their services to residents’ needs by drawing on a wide-ranging set of data concerning ‘wellbeing’.
The Victorian’s were ‘happier’ than we are today and 1957 was the ‘happiest’ year of the twentieth century, new research into the relationship between happiness and public policy reveals.
Rural communities are suffering due to the ‘patchy’ provision of key services, a ‘worrying’ new report reveals.
It costs local councils £6.4bn a year to deal with damaging social problems affecting children and their families, new research has revealed.