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ENOC members highlight potential impact of Brexit on children’s rights

A letter from the European Network of Ombudspersons for Children (ENOC), co-signed by The Children’s Commissioner for Wales, the other […]

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Commissioner urges Welsh Government to rethink its childcare policy

Every three and four year old in Wales should have the same opportunities to receive high quality free child care, […]

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Experiences of bullying highlighted in new report

Children’s Commissioner shines a light on children and young people’s experiences of bullying in Wales and calls for a radical […]

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Commissioner responds to Macur review

In response to the findings of the 'Macur Review', the Children's Commissioner for Wales, Sally Holland, stressed that the voices and experiences of victims should play a key role in informing governments' and statutory services' responses in this area.

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Intergenerational group share experiences with Commissioners

Clwb Ni, an intergenerational group from Aberystwyth, are taking part in an event at the Senedd with Sally Holland, the Children's Commissioner, and Sarah Rochira, the Older Person's Commissioner.

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Commissioner calls for children to be given equal protection

Sally Holland, the Children's Commissioner for Wales has marked Universal Children's Day by urging Wales to lead the way in the field of children's rights and become the first nation in the UK to remove the legal defence of 'reasonable punishment' against children.

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Wales should prioritise its looked after children

Wales should prioritise their looked after children says Sally Holland, the new Children's Commissioner for Wales as she launches her Annual Report.

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Children’s Commissioner for Wales delivers stark message to the UN Committee on the Rights of the

Too many children in Wales are being denied a decent childhood due to the crippling effects of child poverty '“ this is the stark message being delivered to the UN today (1 July 2015) by Sally Holland, Wales' new children's commissioner.

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Response to the NSPCC’s How Safe 2015 report

'From these figures it seems children, young people, as well as adult survivors of childhood abuse, are gaining trust in the justice system and feel they will be listened to and taken seriously when they speak out.

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