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Poorest teens 'see study grant stealth cuts' Education reporter, BBC News The poorest teenagers are suffering because their education grants have been frozen for three years, say charities Some of England's poorest teenagers have suffered "stealth"
Barnardo's say NI sexual abuse cases are 'just tip of the iceberg' Young people have told a social worker they are being raped while the authorities argue over the investigation An investigation into the sexual exploitation of 22 vulnerable young
27 August 2013 0 View comments School careers guidance has become a ghost service' with some young people having to pay up premium call rates to contact advisers by phone, a leading charity warned yesterday. Local authorities used to have a legal
One of his victims recalled Rideout visiting the dormitories at night, put his hands under the covers and fondle around'. Mr Bennetts said: It was on a regular basis when he came to stay, maybe once, twice, three times a week sometimes.' Rideout's
Dispatches from the front line of the internet FAI claim Barnado's "fund and administrate" a detention centre...Photograph: Getty Images Via @jodelka on Twitter , the group who smashed the windows of a branch of Barnardo's in Brixton during the
Scottish child exploitation and prostitution inquiry launched Barnardo's raised concern that the true scale of exploitation was not known A Scottish parliamentary inquiry into child sex exploitation and prostitution has been launched, amid claims the
How can charities and community organisations provide effective advocacy when they are agents of the state or partners in business? The new year brought with it Justice Secretary Chris Grayling's new strategy for combating reoffending: privatisation
Georgia parliament approves prisoner amnesty A prisoner abuse scandal last year sparked protests and helped lead to a change in government The Georgian parliament has approved the release of around 3,000 prisoners and shorter terms for thousands more.
Teen fathers feel 'marginalised', charity says Teenage fathers should get the same help as young mothers, a charity says Social services in England should do more to involve teenage fathers in their children's lives, a charity says. Barnardo's claims
The Coalition government promised to end child detention for immigration purposes, and appointed an 'independent' panel to protect children caught up in the asylum system. That Panel's first annual report rightly exposes a commercial contractor's