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Today’s child protection practices are rooted in initiatives like child rescue movement and voluntary agencies that rose in the 19th century, which provided support for children in need. In the...
The outbreak of the coronavirus has shaken the whole world, including children. Early years education facilities are pushed to educate children about the virus in order to stop bullying and anxiety...
It is well-known that the internet is a hiding place for abusers and criminals, especially dangerous to children using self-regulated social media sites, like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat...
Two schools in the United Kingdom have begun using body cameras in efforts to improve children’s behaviour and to address violence. One of the schools, in Hampshire, started using cameras to deal...
Air pollution may interfere with Britain’s future sporting performance as some training grounds are in areas with dangerously high pollution levels which breach World Health Organization (WHO)...
A young asylum seeker from Afghanistan underwent a shocking journey as he fled his home country for the UK. During this time the British authorities continued to assess his age as no one believed he...
Facebook plans to develop more tools with parental control, such as access to chat history, or recent photos and videos. Facebook has been under scrutiny over its child safety protections since...
After almost 4 years of negotiations, the UK left the EU on 31 January 2020. Despite Brexit, our UK members remain central to our efforts to put children at the heart of Europe. We stay united in...
3,200 children and parents filled out an Ofcom survey about the use of media and digital devices. Based on the survey, almost half of children aged 3–4 use tablets, and 20% of them use mobile phones...
Media regulator Ofcom interviewed 3,200 children and parents around the UK as part of a 2019 study on children’s electronic device usage habits.  Here are some of the results: Mobile phones are the...

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