Good Childhood Conversations
- Is childhood today more complicated than ever before?
- Are young people more badly behaved?
- Do children spend too much time on Facebook?
- Do you think this is worth talking about?
The Good Childhood Conversations are local, community events often held in churches that bring people together to discuss the issues and pressures facing young people today.
Society has changed dramatically and attitudes towards children are different. Young people may have more material possessions but are they happier as a result?
Based on the findings of The Good Childhood Inquiry the conversations give local leaders and people from the community the opportunity to come together to discuss and understand the challenges of childhood today.
The conversations encourage people to bring their own experience and attitudes to the debate, and to work together to make childhood better in their own communities. If you care about childhood today we want you to join the conversation.
To find out more please email our Good Childhood Conversations team.