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The Well-Being of Children in the UK

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DatePublished - 2005
PublisherSave the Children
Place of PublicationLondon
Edition2nd ed.
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Children's well-being has improved over the last ten years, but not for all children and not in all aspects. In 2002/3, 28 per cent of children in Britain were still living in poverty. This new edition of The Well-Being of Children in the UK offers a holistic picture of how children are doing. It contains a unique collection of evidence on the physical, cognitive, behavioural and emotional well-being of children in the UK, covering all aspects of well-being identified by the Government's Children and Young People's Framework. This second edition presents new evidence on subjects covered in the previous edition and covers new areas, such as children's rights, asylum-seeking children and children with learning disabilities and special education needs.

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  • child well-being

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