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Every Child Update Issue 3 News

Every Child Update Issue 3 News: New NHS campaign promotes open discussion of sex; Asylum seeking children held in 'prisons'; ‘Supporting a bereaved child’ training day announced.

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13/12/2009
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Building a safe, confident future

The social work taskforce wants better conditions for social workers – and the government has accepted their demands.

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13/12/2009
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Tackling health inequalities?

How far has the NHS progressed in its target to reduce the infant mortality rate in deprived areas?

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13/12/2009
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Emergency accommodation for young runaways

The Children’s Society wants a national network of refuge centres to protect young runaways from abuse.

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13/12/2009
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Anti-social behaviour family intervention projects - monitor

'Family intervention projects' – where social workers are assigned to help problem families – seem to be preventing crime and anti-social behaviour.

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13/12/2009
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Children’s centres in rural communities

Surestart children's centres have been a lifeline for rural communities – this report reveals why.

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13/12/2009
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Annual Report - Children’s Services and Skills 2008/09

Ofsted’s annual report reveals that schools have been improving for the past four years.

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13/12/2009
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New webpage helps children during a divorce

The Children's Society has launched a webpage to help children whose parents are separating.

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13/12/2009
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Using theatre to fight knife crime

How a day of youth theatre fought knife crime, drug abuse and mental health problems in London.

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13/12/2009
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Child File 2

All the forms and advice you need to start a 'Multi Agency Team' in your school – a discussion group where staff can talk about children with problems.

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13/12/2009
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