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One in seven local authorities in England has 'inadequate' child protection arrangements, according to a new report by Ofsted.
New figures show that almost 4,000 children in care were adopted between April 2012 and March 2013, the highest in any year since 1992.
Ofsted has published a new single inspection framework for inspecting local authority children's services.
A new campaign launched by the Child Poverty Action Group is calling on the Government to ensure that the benefits debate focuses on the needs of ordinary families.
Play and music therapy will form part of a package of support to help adopted children bond with their families.
The latest figures from the Government's scheme show it has turned around the lives of 14,000 of England's most 'troubled' households in just 15 months.
Health and social care professionals should be trained to focus on meeting the individual needs of children and young people with autism and their families, according to new clinical guidelines.
The National Children's Bureau (NCB) is calling on the Government to give children the legal right to an independent advocate at child protection conferences.
The Early Intervention Foundation has announced key appointments of Carey Oppenheim as chief executive and Professor Leo Feinstein as head of evidence.
The Early Intervention Foundation's interim head of evidence, and visiting professor at the London School of Economics Centre for the Analysis of Social Exclusion.
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