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“What’s going to happen tomorrow?” Unaccompanied children refused asylum, 10/04/14 [E/NI/S/W]
Based on interviews with young people who arrived in the UK as unaccompanied children seeking asylum and with professionals who work with them, this report reveals that some children face a struggle to get their voices heard in a system designed to deal with adults.

The geography of youth unemployment: a route map for change, 08/04/14 [E/NI/S/W]
This report from the Work Foundation looks at how young people’s employment prospects vary in different parts of the country and warns that the UK is undergoing a youth unemployment crisis.

Disabled Children and Child Protection in Scotland: An investigation into the relationship between professional practice, child
In March 2013 the Scottish Government appointed researchers from the University of Edinburgh/NSPCC Child Protection Research Centre and the University of Strathclyde, School of Social Work and Social Policy, to investigate the relationship between disabled children and child protection practice.

£6 billion cut from welfare budget, 07/04/14 [S]
Reforms to the welfare system could see Scottish welfare spending reduced by around £6 billion over the six years to 2015-16, new analysis published today shows.

How safe are our children? 2014, 31/03/14 [E/NI/S/W]
This report from the NSPCC compiles the most robust, up-to-date child protection data that exists across each of the four nations in the UK, setting out 20 different indicators.

For adults only? Underage access to online porn, 28/03/14 [E/NI/S/W]
This research highlights the scale of underage access to adult websites and calls for further government action to protect children from exposure to hardcore porn online.

Social situation of young people in Europe, 24/03/14 [E/NI/S/W]
This policy brief from Eurofound focuses on the quality of life of young people in Europe, looking at dimensions such as living arrangements, social exclusion, relationships and sources of support, as well as participation in society and social/cultural activities.

Baby bonds: parenting, attachment and a secure base for children, 21/03/14 [E/NI/S/W]
The Sutton Trust has published a review of international studies of attachment which found that strong emotional bonds between parents and children are vital to ensure proper development in the first few years of life.

A tale of two Britains: inequality in the UK, 17/03/14 [E/NI/S/W]
According to Oxfam’s research, the combined wealth of the 12.6 million poorest Britons is still not enough to eclipse that of the country's five wealthiest families.

The cost of inequality, 14/03/14 [E/NI/S/W]
This report from the Equality Trust advises that the ever-increasing gulf between rich and poor in the UK is costing the economy £39bn a year.