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Transformation needed in support for neruodivergent children, says Children’s Commissioner

Wales ‘desperately needs’ a transformation in how children and young people who are neurodivergent are supported, according to a new […]

Commissioner’s statement in response to unacceptable UK Government Illegal Migration Bill

9 March 2023 “Wales is a proud nation of sanctuary. This legislation, if passed, flies in the face of everything […]

Commissioner responds to childcare expansion announcement

16 February 2023 Responding to a Welsh Government announcement on extra funding for early years provision, the Children’s Commissioner for […]

‘Every child has a right to a full education’ – commissioner responds to High Court judgement

22 December 2022 Responding to the High Court judgement on Relationships and Sexuality Education, Rocio Cifuentes MBE said:   “I […]

Children’s Commissioner response to Logan Mwangi CPR

24 November 2022 Responding to the Child Practice Review published on 24 November by Cwm Taf Safeguarding Board following the […]

Response to autumn statement

17 November 2022 Reacting to Chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s Autumn Statement today, Rocio Cifuentes the Children’s Commissioner for Wales, Bruce Adamson […]

Children worried about having enough to eat

16 November 2022 45% of children aged 7-11, and 26% of young people 12-18 answering a national survey said they […]

Children’s Commissioner’s response to final IICSA report

20 October 2022 Responding to the final report of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, published on 20 October […]

Commissioners warn of poverty’s ‘devastating’ impact on children’s rights

30 September 2022 As Children’s Commissioners for Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland, it is our job to promote and protect […]