nia report: ‘I’m no criminal’ – Examining the Impact of Prostitution-Specific Criminal Records on Women Seeking to Exit Prostitution

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If women cannot exit prostitution and build viable alternatives, they are likely to remain in it and at risk of continued criminalisation.

This is according to ‘I’m no criminal’ (pdf), a report launched in July 2017 by nia, which outlines the legal and policy context in the UK surrounding prostitution.

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Children’s Rights Alliance for England leaflets: How Well are we Respecting Children’s Rights?

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The Children’s Rights Alliance (CRAE) has published two child-friendly resources on children’s rights.

The July 2017 How well are we respecting children’s rights?  leaflets summarise the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child’s Concluding Observations on the UK’s treatment of children and young people.

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Disabled Children’s Partnership campaign: the Secret Life of Us

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Working in close partnership with parents, the Disabled Children’s Partnership launched the Secret Life of Us campaign in June 2017.

The campaign aims to bring to life the realities of challenges disabled children, young people and their families face, as well as reveal the parts of their lives that most people  do not see. Continue reading “Disabled Children’s Partnership campaign: the Secret Life of Us”