A pilot study examining risk behavior in Facebook posts for maltreated versus comparison youth using content analysis, an article by Sonya Negriff.
Social Media use is highly prevalent among contemporary adolescents, yet no studies have examined the similarity in risk content
Around one in five adults were abused as children
Office for National Statistics
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) estimates around one in five adults were abused as children.
Prevent programme referrals statistics published
The Home Office
The Prevent strategy forms part of the Government’s wider counter-terrorism strategy, known as CONTEST.
Royal College of Psychiatrists - Technology use and the mental health of children and young people report
Royal College of Psychiatrists
This report explores the use of technology among children and young people as well as looking at the impact of screen time.
Young people have pushed the climate to the top of the agenda in this election'
Nyasha Duri is a 22-year-old environmental and humanitarian campaigner working on sustainability, as well as serving as an ambassador for the #iwill campaign.
Statutory Homelessness, April to June (Q2) 2019: England
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government
The number of households assessed as homeless or threatened with homelessness increased by 11.4% on the same quarter last year, to 68,170.
Housing and homelessness
Blagrave – Youth led change in the UK, Understanding the landscape and the opportunities
Research commissioned by the Blagrave Trust looks at where, and how, young people are currently leading social change, and what support is available to help them.
The Royal Town Planning Institute - Child Friendly Planning in the UK , A Review
The Royal Town Planning Institute
The Review of Child-Friendly Planning in the UK is an analysis of how children’s rights are presented within the national planning policies and supporting guidance of each UK nation.
Mayor of London - London’s children and young people who are not British citizens: A profile
Mayor of London
New research from the mayor of London estimates there are more than 100,000 children living in London without secure immigration status.
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