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  • Children at the Table - A roadmap for putting children at the heart of the next Government

    Created: 04/12/2023
    News/Events Category: Children and Families

    A coalition of charities, including Action for Children, Barnardo’s, NSPCC, The Children's Society and the National Children’s Bureau, has launched a new report that provides a roadmap for putting children at the heart of the next government.

    Children at the Table means:

    1. Committing to an ambitious cross-government strategy and outcomes framework to drive improvements for babies, children and young people

    2. A new approach to decision-making that places children’s needs, wishes and outcomes at its heart, involving children and young people every step of the way

    3. Investing more of our national wealth in improving the lives of babies, children and young people and spending strategically on early intervention and prevention

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