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Barnardo’s nurseries become NDNA members

26 May 2017

A total of 31 nurseries, which are all managed by the UK’s largest children’s charity, Barnardo’s, have become members of the National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA).

Vital viewing: BBC1’s Three Girls

16 May 2017

Barnardo's Chief Executive Javed Khan has written in the Huff Post about how new BBC1 drama Three Girls is disturbing but essential viewing.

Child victims of sexual abuse are never to blame

21 Apr 2017

Asked to comment on The Sun’s front page story regarding disgraced footballer Adam Johnson today, Barnardo’s Chief Executive, Javed Khan said:

Culture Secretary challenges social media giants

20 Apr 2017

The Culture Secretary, Karen Bradley has challenged social media giants, including Twitter and Facebook to do more to keep children safe online.

Barnardo's supporter, Billy Monger in charity's thoughts

20 Apr 2017

One of Barnardo's young supporters, Billy Monger was seriously injured on Sunday 16 April 2017 after a high-speed motoring accident at Donington Park. In a joint statement yesterday, it was announced that Billy has tragically had both legs amputated.

OECD's student happiness report highlights importance of caring home

20 Apr 2017

In response to the OECD’s happiness report, which found children in the UK are less happy than youngsters in other countries, Barnardo's issued the following statement.

More help needed for victims of child sexual abuse

20 Apr 2017

In reports released today the Children's Commissioner for England Anne Longfield says many victims of child sexual abuse within families do not get the help they need.

Barnardo's welcomes Facebook's new approach to tackling 'revenge porn'

05 Apr 2017

Facebook is to use photo-matching technology as part of new tools to prevent the spread of revenge porn on its platforms, the social network has announced.

Fathers not taking up shared parental leave, MP's warn

05 Apr 2017

Today MP's have raised concerns about the number of fathers not taking up shared parental leave because they cannot afford to, or did not know they could.

Barnardo's responds to new 'revenge porn' court guidelines

30 Mar 2017

For the first time guidelines have been drafted for courts dealing with defendants convicted of disclosing private sexual images without consent.

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