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Newborn babies in care proceedings doubled in Wales since 2015
The number of newborn babies subject to care proceedings in Wales (per 10,000 births) more than doubled between 2015 and 2018 says new research from the Centre for Child and Family Justice Research at Lancaster University and the SAIL Databank at Swansea University published today by the Nuffield Family Justice Observatory.
Ethiopian parents cannot make up for effects of early life shocks on child’s development by investing more in education
Ethiopian parents try to compensate disadvantaged children in their family by spending greater sums on school fees and private tuition, but cannot totally counter the effects of early life shocks such as famine and low rainfall levels.
A new report shows there has been a sharp rise in the number of newborn babies being taken into care in Wales. Co-author Prof Karen Broadhurst (@KarenB_LU) from @LancasterUni @SociologyLancs, explained the research findings to @BBCWalesNews @NuffieldJFO https://t.co/FOLOOiIV9V
Tonight's @BBCPanorama features @LancasterUni @LancsUniLEC's Professor @MikeBernersLee as he looks at the carbon footprint of a family in Nottingham after they made changes to their lifestyle to cut it. Watch Climate Change: What Can We Do? on @BBCOne at 8:30pm https://t.co/27cnXCgmcF