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This is the first study of subjective wellbeing of looked-after children and young people, and captured how children and young people across six local authorities felt about their lives and care, including their relationships, opportunities and support they received. The report also highlighted that half of young children (4-7 years) did not understand why they were in care and although understanding increased with age, more than a quarter of teenagers did not fully understand why they were looked after. In addition, nearly a third of 11-18 year olds reported they had been allocated three or more different social workers in the year.

read the full report  Coram Baaf Our-Lives-Our-Care

Around one in five adults aged 16 to 59 (an estimated 6.2 million people) had experienced some form of abuse as a child, according to the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) for the year ending March 2016.

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Influence of images and videos in young people’s digital lives

The UK Safer Internet Centre has published a report looking into the role and influence of images and videos in young people’s [...]

What is Child Sexual Exploitation? Where is it happening? How can we spot the signs & what should we do? Our brand new workshop tackles these and other issues around CSE

Download the outline programme and get in touch for more information or to book this training Child Sexual Exploitation outline [...]

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