Covid Inquiry must recommend the UK Government immediately appoint a Cabinet minister with responsibility for children Children were largely invisible
Today Boris Johnson told the inquiry he “absolutely” thought children disproportionately suffered from the government’s covid interventions,
Following the evidence of Michael Gove at the Covid Inquiry, Save the Children UK, Just for Kids Law and the Children’s Rights Alliance for England,
In response to the former Children's Commissioner for England giving evidence to the Covid Inquiry, Louise King, co-lead of Just for Kids Law and
Rules on social mixing and outdoor exercise were also the toughest for children in England and Northern Ireland and in some cases children went for two and a half months without seeing another child.
The loss of learning, freedom and hope to children during the Covid pandemic could have been prevented if political leaders had better considered their rights and views, leading children’s rights organisations have claimed today.
We are pleased to announce that Just for Kids Law will now be Co-Led by our Co-Founder and Legal Director, Aika Stephenson and Director of the
This blog was originally published on Bright Blue as part of their Centre Write series. In early June, the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child (UN
More than 40 of the UK’s leading children’s charities and child development experts have issued a warning to the Covid-19 Inquiry chair of “unacceptable delays” to taking evidence from children on lockdown.