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No suitable places for young people in mental health crisis, warns Children’s Commissioner

Wales needs ‘sanctuaries’ for young people when they’re experiencing a mental health crisis, according to the Children’s Commissioner for Wales. […]

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Statement on Everyone’s Invited website

Responding to a BBC Wales news piece on sexual harassment, the Children’s Commissioner for Wales said: “The Everyone’s Invited website […]

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Commissioner’s response to Chief Medical Officers’ announcement

Responding to the UK Chief Medical Officers’ decision on 13 September to recommend offering the vaccine to young people aged […]

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Children’s Commissioners in devolved nations urge UK Government to stop violating children’s rights to an adequate standard of living

The Children’s Commissioners of Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland have today repeated their calls to the UK Government to end its two-child […]

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Commissioner’s message on exam results week

Sally Holland, the Children’s Commissioner for Wales said: “I  think the way young people have dealt with the past 18 […]

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Response to WG announcement on face coverings and mass isolations

Responding to the Welsh Government’s announcement on 9 July, Prof Sally Holland said: “As I said last week, despite the […]

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Children’s Commissioner statement on restrictions in schools

Prof Sally Holland said: “The restrictions faced by children and young people in schools and colleges are now firmly out […]

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CCfW: Listening to young people in secondary settings

In July we’re publishing a report looking at secondary school councils in Wales. It will consider what makes a good […]

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Commissioner’s response to Bridgend school’s statement on sexual abuse

Commenting on the story, Professor Sally Holland said: “This is a very disturbing case and my heart goes out to […]

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