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When young people need to be heard, National Children’s Bureau (NCB) provides them with a creative outlet. NCB has just launched an innovative project with the University of Kent to help young people with experience of children’s social care to share their perspectives through creative mediums such as paining,...
As the National Children’s Bureau (NCB) celebrates its 60th year in 2023, we continue to bring people and organisations together to drive change in society and deliver a better childhood across the UK. This year there were a number of important milestones for NCB centred around our core purpose...
Thanks to a campaign by the Childhood Bereavement Network (CBN), part of the National Children’s Bureau, cohabiting parents and carers will now be able to claim the same bereavement benefits to help bring up their children as if they had been married or in a civil partnership. It’s estimated...
The National Children’s Bureau, one of the four Childlife charities, recently brought together more than 100 children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) to take part in their annual Youth Voice Matters conference. The national conference is co-developed and co-delivered by FLARE, the young SEND...
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