Wednesday, February 11, 2009

The views of England's 11 million children

Good report in today's local paper about the visit of the Children's Commissioner for England, Professor Sir Albert Aynsley-Green, to Bristol. He was here doing his job - hearing what matters to children, ensuring that adults in charge really listen to their views, interests and needs and working to improve children's lives. He reported that children tell him that these things very important to them: family; stability; friendship. Visit his website to find out more and to contribute:

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