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Children’s Commissioner calls for comprehensive recovery package to tackle rising tide of childhood vulnerability caused by the Covid crisis

Anne Longfield, Children’s Commissioner for England, is today (TUESDAY) publishing a major new report examining the impact of the Covid-19 crisis on children. The report, ‘Childhood in the Time of Covid’ calls for a comprehensive recovery package for children and provides a roadmap for what should be done to help children to recover from their experiences of the last six months and the ongoing crisis.

Children’s Commissioner for England calls for ban on the use of unregulated accommodation for under 18s in care

Children’s Commissioner for England calls for ban on the use of unregulated accommodation for under 18s in care 

Children's Commissioner warns 420,000 children in England are at risk of eviction unless Government acts

Anne Longfield, Children’s Commissioner for England, is warning that hundreds of thousands of children will be returning to school in with the threat of housing eviction hanging over their families, unless the Government changes its mind and extends its ban on evictions.

Children and schools must come before pubs and shops in planning for future Covid-19 lockdowns

@AnneLongfield, @ChildrensComm for England, is today (Wednesday) publishing a new briefing "Putting children first in future lockdowns" setting out the key actions needed to ensure children are at the heart of planning for any future coronavirus lockdowns, including making sure all children are back in school in September. The Children’s Commissioner argues that if any local or national lockdown takes place, schools should be the last places to be locked down, after pubs, restaurants and non-essential shops.

Children’s Commissioner for England calls on Government to make early years central to COVID fightback with a new “Best Beginnings” guarantee

Anne Longfield, the Children’s Commissioner for England, is today (Friday) publishing a report looking at the provision of early years services for children across the country, alongside a warning that many nurseries are at risk of closure, hitting the life chances of some of the most vulnerable children and holding back the economic recovery following lockdown.

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