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In partnership with the Church of England, we have developed fun, engaging alternative Halloween activities.
On 2 February 2009, Penguin will publish the culmination of over two years independent study into what makes a good childhood.
Nadine lived in a house in Manchester with her mum, her stepfather and her big sister. One day, Nadine’s mum got cancer. The cancer made her mum do things she wouldn’t normally do. She was scared.
Our Project Workers are the people who physically make childhood better for thousands of young people every single day. They’re our unsung heroes.
We've received extensive press coverage for the launch of 'A Good Childhood: Searching for values in a competitive age'
Leading experts today identify excessive individualism as the greatest threat to our children.
Coverage for our landmark report 'A Good Childhood: Searching for values in a competitive age' continues.