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Centre's work is vital in preventing new cases of FGM

05 Sep 2017

In response to the statistics released today by NHS Digital about the number of identified cases of FGM in England, the director of the National FGM Centre, Michelle Lee-Izu said:

Diana Remembered

31 Aug 2017

Twenty years ago, our former President, Diana, Princess of Wales, died tragically in a car accident. It’s one of those moments where, regardless of your thoughts on the monarchy, you remember where you were and the sadness that engulfed the world.

Barnardo's backs LGA's taxi safety call

25 Aug 2017

Barnardo's has backed a call from the Local Government Association for the government to combat child sexual exploitation by updating taxi laws.

Family History - Who do you think you are?

18 Aug 2017

This month’s blog post looks at the Family History Service, exploring some of our earliest records, the process for researching them and how we provide families with access.

Life beyond A-levels: Barnardo’s advice to teenagers getting their results

17 Aug 2017

As hundreds of thousands of teenagers get their A-level results today (Thursday) Barnardo’s is offering advice to students who lack the grades to carry on in traditional education or find jobs.

Trafficking rise: spotting the signs is vital

10 Aug 2017

Modern slavery and human trafficking in the UK is far more prevalent than previously thought, according to the National Crime Agency.

Child sexual abusers convicted

09 Aug 2017

Following the convictions of 18 people for sexually exploiting and drugging children, Barnardo's Chief Executive Javed Khan said:

Barnardo’s responds to exclusion of pupils for sexual misconduct

09 Aug 2017

Barnardo’s has responded to figures showing that hundreds of school pupils have been either permanently or temporarily excluded in the last four years after being involved in sexual acts.

Amber gives green light to extra 20m to tackle online grooming

04 Aug 2017

Barnardo's welcomes the announcement by Home Secretary Amber Rudd that she is giving an extra 20million to the police to help them tackle online grooming.

Barnardo’s responds to conviction of man who imported child sex doll

31 Jul 2017

In the first ruling of its kind a 72-year-old ex-school governor who imported a child sex doll has been convicted after a judge ruled that the doll was obscene.

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