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This article from BBC reports that late family interventions are forcing children into care.
People protest as Britain reneges on its duty to take in 3,000 refugee children.
The best thing people can do to help change the perception of children in care is to speak to, read about, and listen to people who have experienced care.
David Hill wants to shed a light on the abuse perpetrated against child migrants who entered Australia from 1947 to the 1970s.
This opinion piece from The Times states that the UK must honor its commitment to unaccompanied refugee children and take them in.
Libby Purves argues in favor of boarding schools for children with predicted poor outcomes.
Foster carers in the UK find working within the system challenging.
This article examines the ethics of forcing women to take birth control by sharing experiences of women who are part of the Pause program.
A report presented to the House of Commons found 65% rise in the number of children separated from their parents.
According to this article from The Australian approximately 1,000 children from the “Jungle Camp” in Calais remain in limbo in France.