Less crime, safer communities, fewer people in prison
Andrew Neilson flags our latest publication covering child criminal exploitation
Data released under a Freedom of Information request shows that work being done to reduce unnecessary criminalisation of children in residential care has had very significant impact.
This blog considers the much-needed and long-overdue consultation by the government on unregulated accommodation for children in care.
The latest blog considers Ofsted's Annual Report 2018/19 which highlights the need for national government oversight to ensure that poor placements do not have to be made out of necessity.
Andrew Neilson takes a look back at the year
This blog looks at how reducing the criminalisation of children in residential care has contributed to the national reduction in child arrests for the eighth year running
A guest post from Sam Turner of Become on their new manifesto
The Howard League marks the 30th anniversary of the UNCRC with a new briefing on making children's rights a reality for all children
Claire Sands on calls in parliament for better collection and monitoring of data on the criminalisation of children in care
Claire Sands on a new initiative in London
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