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6 March 2013
“Everywhere children turn they are bombarded with idealised and sexualised media images which present unrealistic ideas about body image and wha...
6 March 2013
“News that full time Nursery places cost around £11,000 a year is of concern.  It is clear that more needs to be done to ensure ...
14 February 2013
With the Home Office's 'This Is Abuse' campaign - designed to encourage positive relationships - well under way, Family Lives continues to work with f...
14 February 2013
In July 2012, a new initiative, officially called the Domestic Violence Disclosure pilot scheme,  was launched in Greater Manchester, Gwent, Wilt...
5 February 2013
“Parents that contact Family Lives are often unsure about whether smacking children is a good or a bad thing and what ‘reasonable chastise...
4 February 2013
Jeremy Todd, Family Lives Chief Executive says: “A previous report by Family Lives* found that 86% of respondent parents feel increased technol...
31 January 2013
Jeremy Todd, Family Lives Chief Executive says:  “Whilst communication technology means that family members can be on hand in a work capac...
30 January 2013
“Family Lives welcome efforts to improve the costs and quality of childcare proposed by Elizabeth Truss in the Department for Education’s ...
29 January 2013
Jeremy Todd, Family Lives, Chief Executive said: “Engaging with young people to explore why they may choose to drink to excess is to be encoura...
29 January 2013
“Aggression that manifests itself within an educational environment is often indicative of problems outside the school gates.  Headmas...
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