The cumulative impact of tax and welfare reforms ‘1.5 million more children in poverty by 2021/22’ - UK

From Equality & Human Rights Commission: This is the final report from our research project looking at the effect of tax, welfare, social security and public spending.

It shows the effect of changes to the following parts of the tax and welfare systems:

  • income tax
  • National Insurance Contributio

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Social participation in children with neurodisability being examined by researchers at Leeds Beckett. Help needed (mainland UK)

Social participation in children with neurodisability being examined by researchers at Leeds Beckett. Help needed (mainland UK)

Rob Brooks and Charlotte Lambert write: A study looking at the importance of social participation for children and young people with a neurodisability has been launched by researchers at Leeds Beckett University.
 

Working with colleagues from Newcastle University, they will be finding out how

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New research: Parents rank social media and technology worse than drugs, alcohol, smoking

From ReachOut Australia: We’ve just released new research showing that Australian parents are now more worried about their children using social media and technology than drugs, alcohol and smoking.

ReachOut CEO Jono Nicholas said the findings from a survey of nearly 900 Australian parents of childr

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Scottish Government is consulting on changes to Adults with Incapacity legislation. Will you contribute?

Scottish Government is consulting on changes to Adults with Incapacity legislation. Will you contribute?

From their website: This consultation seeks views on proposals for reform to the Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 (AWI).

 

In 2000, when the AWI act came into force, it was regarded as ground-breaking legislation, essentially a world leader in capacity legislation. For the first time,

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Developing a Core Outcome Set (COS) of infant feeding outcomes for assessing interventions including children up to 1 year old – can you help with this?

Developing a Core Outcome Set (COS) of infant feeding outcomes for assessing interventions including children up to 1 year old – can you help with this?

Karen Matvienko-Sikar writes: This is an invitation take part in a research study. I am a postdoctoral research fellow in University College Cork Ireland.

 

What, when and how parents feed their infants can have an impact on children’s risk of being overweight or obese. Currently, different st

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