While the UK Government has taken strong actions to support firms and some workers, this paper argues that further measures are needed to support children and their families.
This case study outlines the story of a unique partnership between Auckland Council’s The Southern Initiative (TSI) and the Social Wellbeing Agency. Together they developed a novel approach for combining science and data with lived experiences, to support better social sector decision making and practice.
This report tells the story of how well children’s rights are protected and promoted across Australia. It covers all the basic rights that children need to do well, like having a home and a family, getting a good education, being able to access quality health...
This paper attempts to highlight the existence, extent and impact of child poverty and the right of children to wellbeing. It seeks to place child poverty within a broader context, other than an economic one.
This research report presents findings from a study that explores New Zealand children’s internet access, online skills, practices, and opportunities.
This report, produced by the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS), aims to provide valuable insights into family functioning and child development for researchers, policy makers, those who provide services, and members of the community at large.
Children's everyday freedoms: local government policies on children and sustainable mobility in two Australian states
While the significant contribution of transport in greenhouse gas emissions is well researched, the pivotal role that children's transport plays in these trends is not fully understood.
This strategy sets out a shared understanding of what children and young people need and want in order to be well, and what the New Zealand government is and should be doing to support them.
This is the first of two reports by the Sentencing Advisory Council looking at the child protection backgrounds of children who received a sentence or diversion in the Victorian Children’s Court in 2016 or 2017. The project aims to explore the pathways that lead children...