Further coverage for The Children’s Society’s landmark report “A Good Childhood: Searching for values in a competitive age” in the weekend papers.
Here is a list of more key NATIONAL online coverage:
MONDAY – 9 Feb 2009
Lucy Kellaway: My new guilt as a selfish working mother
Letters: Snowed off
Claire Beale on Advertising - Advertising, Media
Madeleine Bunting: The maverick ideas of red Toryism could give ...
SUNDAY – 8 Feb 2009
Jill Kirby: Parents beware: do-gooders want to push you aside
The Sunday Times
Kathryn Flett on television: A world without adults? Good idea ...
PETER HITCHENS: Comments
Mail on Sunday
Anthony Seldon: Why, when we have so much more, are we not happier ...
Independent on Sunday
Exploiting kids.. just for sake of TV ratings
SATURDAY – 7 Feb 2009
Leader: the selfishness that excludes children
Will Young: I'm still recovering from Question Time... - Telegraph
Deborah Ross: Buzz off kids! Mum's watching Supernanny
Amanda Platell: Television show reveals savagery, selfishness and children in crisis
How can I tell my parents I was abused as a child?
Letter to Bel Mooney
Daniel Finkelstein on video games and children
The Good Childhood Inquiry - the UK's first independent national inquiry into childhood - is managed by The Children's Society. The major new paperback A Good Childhood, is on sale now. The book is written by Professor Richard Layard and Judy Dunn and published by Penguin.
For more information, please contact The Children's Society media team on 020 7841 4422 or out of hours mobile 07810 796 508.