More than 120 national organisations accuse Government of ‘ignoring children’

Source: National Children’s Bureau

There is compelling evidence that the services and support that children rely on are at breaking point.

NCB is proud to be part of a group of 120+ organisations calling for the Government to act swiftly to put children at the heart of its spending decisions. Supporters include teaching unions, children’s charities, disability organisations, physical and mental health organisations and poverty campaigners. A full list of supporters is available here.

In an open letter to Downing Street, the organisations have demanded that the Government recognise compelling evidence that the services and support that children and young people rely on are at breaking point.

Read the full piece: More than 120 national organisations accuse Government of ‘ignoring children’

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    “There is compelling evidence that the services and support that children rely on are at breaking point.
    NCB is proud to be part of a group of 120+ organisations calling for the Government to act swiftly to put children at the heart of its spending decisions. Supporters include teaching unions, children’s charities, disability organisations, physical and mental health organisations and poverty campaigners. A full list of supporters is available here.

    In an open letter to Downing Street, the organisations have demanded that the Government recognise compelling evidence that the services and support that children and young people rely on are at breaking point.

    Read the full piece: More than 120 national organisations accuse Government of ‘ignoring children’
    Source: National Children’s Bureau”

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