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A Good Childhood: Valuing children in today's society

A Good Childhood: Valuing children in today's society
What is it like to be a child in the UK today? How does this match up to God's plan for childhood? What are our responsibilities towards the children growing up in our communities?
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ISBN/EAN: 9780857461469
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Publisher: BRF
Author: Baddaley Liz
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This resource is designed to help you to explore society's understanding of modern childhood and to inform, improve and inspire all our relationships with children. Supported by online resources including contemporary images and video interviews, it examines evidence from The Children's Society's Good Childhood Inquiry from the Bible's perspective through a series of seven studies for individuals and church groups. Each session focuses on a key theme of the research: - Values - Inequality - Family - Well-being - Friendship - Lifestyle - Learning Explore your role in making childhood better for every child - and be inspired to make a positive difference in your community! The Children's Society, founded in 1881, is a leading charity committed to improving the experience of childhood in the UK. Its national network of projects delivers specialist services for children who are disadvantaged in their daily lives, including children at risk on the streets, disabled children, young refugees, young carers or those within the youth justice system. Through its lobbying and research, The Children's Society seeks to influence policy and perceptions at all levels so that young people have a better chance in life.
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