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Ukraine crisis: Commissioners’ open letter to Prime Minister

Dear Prime Minister As the Children’s Commissioners for England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, we are charged with protecting the […]

Children’s Commissioner’s tribute to Aled Roberts

Paying tribute to Aled Roberts, Welsh Language Commissioner, Sally Holland, Children’s Commissioner for Wales, said: “Aled was a superb advocate […]

Commissioner responds to latest IICSA report

The Children’s Commissioner responded to a report published on 1 February by the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse. Children’s […]

Major effort needed to make sure that young people have all the information, advice and support they need on exams

The Children’s Commissioner has highlighted the need for information, advice, and support for young people on exams over the next […]

Statement on Welsh Government’s schools announcement

Responding to the Welsh Government’s 16 December announcement on schools, Prof Sally Holland said: “I think today’s announcement is a […]

Estyn report on sexual harassment – Commissioner’s response

Responding to Estyn’s report on sexual harassment, Prof Sally Holland said: “I want to thank the young people that have […]

Commissioner responds to Labour/Plaid Cymru agreement announcement

Prof Sally Holland said: “I welcome many aspects of this agreement, including the expansion of free school meals to all […]

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. […]

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 […]