The Children’s Society launched its landmark report A Good Childhood: Searching for values in a competitive age at a press conference on Monday 2 February 2009.
Here is a list of the key national online coverage on 2 and 3 February:
Kids in crisis? Women must be to blame ...
Kids report warns of 'too much TV'
Adults 'let our children down'
What makes a good childhood?
Childcare Children pay price ‘as adults put themselves first’
The Times Online
Who is going to pay for all our old people?
Working women 'harm family'
Mum's cash 'leading to split home'
Richard Layard: Schools should help the young find a sense of purpose
Tom Sutcliffe: Manna from heaven for us 'selfish' adults
For society's sake, we must change
Evening Standard comment piece by The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams
Parents who put their children before work will rescue British society
Daily Telegraph comment piece by Gill Hornby
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 from 5 February. The book is written by Professor Richard Layard and Judy Dunn and published by Penguin.
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